Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, over time the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the mid- to late-2010s. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio.

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  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, over time the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the mid- to late-2010s. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 Members of Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Party to support the presidential candidacy of Mayor of Lima Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994. Originally a liberal-centrist party with a lot very few centre-left factions, over time the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the mid- to late-2010s. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 Members of Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Party to support the presidential candidacy of Mayor of Lima Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement for a short period in the late-2010s after a group tied to Antauro Humala ran under the party's banner. The party has since appeared to moderate its stance again after Humala formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 elections alone. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 Members of Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Party to support the presidential candidacy of Mayor of Lima Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 Members of Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Party to support the presidential candidacy of Mayor of Lima Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Maximo San Roman as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 Members of Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Party to support the presidential candidacy of Mayor of Lima Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 Members of Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Party to support the presidential candidacy of Mayor of Lima Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 General elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 Members of Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Party to support the presidential candidacy of Mayor of Lima Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 General elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Party to support the presidential candidacy of Mayor of Lima Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.77% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 General elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of Mayor of Lima Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.77% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 General elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of Mayor of Lima Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to it’s low polling numbers. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.77% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 General elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of Mayor of Lima Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low polling numbers. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.77% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 General elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of Mayor of Lima Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low polling numbers. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.77% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 General elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of Lima Mayor Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low polling numbers. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.77% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 General elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of Lima Mayor Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low support at national polls. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.77% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 General elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 general elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of Lima Mayor Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low support at national polls. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.77% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 General elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 general elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of former Lima Mayor Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low support at national polls. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.77% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 General elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 general elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of former Lima Mayor Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low support at national polls and fears of losing it's status as a political party. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.77% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 General elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 general elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of former Lima Mayor Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low support at national polls and fears of losing it's status as a political party. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.8% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 general elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 general elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of former Lima Mayor Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low support at national polls and fears of losing it's status as a political party. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.8% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 general elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 general elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 general elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 general elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but in the legislative elections, the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the legislative elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. The alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of former Lima Mayor Luis Castañeda Lossio. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low support at national polls and fears of losing it's status as a political party. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.8% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 general elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 general elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but in the legislative elections, the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and only 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic a decrease of 14 compared to the last elections. At the legislative elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. In the congressional election, the alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of former Lima Mayor Luis Castañeda Lossio. The alliance placed fifth at both the presidential and parliamentary levels, attaining 9 out of 130 seats, with Vicente Zeballos as the only elected congressman from Union for Peru. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low support at national polls and fears of losing it's status as a political party. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.8% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 general elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 general elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but in the legislative elections, the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and only 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. At the legislative elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. In the congressional election, the alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of former Lima Mayor Luis Castañeda Lossio. The alliance placed fifth at both the presidential and parliamentary levels, attaining 9 out of 130 seats, with Vicente Zeballos as the only elected congressman from Union for Peru. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low support at national polls and fears of losing it's status as a political party. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.8% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 general elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 general elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but in the legislative elections, the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and only 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. At the legislative elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. In the congressional election, the alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity to form the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of former Lima Mayor Luis Castañeda Lossio. The alliance placed fifth at both the presidential and parliamentary levels, attaining 9 out of 130 seats, with Vicente Zeballos as the only elected congressman from Union for Peru. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low support at national polls and fears of losing it's status as a political party. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.8% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 general elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 general elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as the presidential candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but in the legislative elections, the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and only 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. At the legislative elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. In the congressional election, the alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity to form the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of former Lima Mayor Luis Castañeda Lossio. The alliance placed fifth at both the presidential and parliamentary election, attaining 9 out of 130 seats, with Vicente Zeballos as the only elected congressman from Union for Peru. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low support at national polls and fears of losing it's status as a political party. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.8% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 general elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 general elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as it's candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but in the legislative elections, the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and only 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. At the legislative elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. In the congressional election, the alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity to form the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of former Lima Mayor Luis Castañeda Lossio. The alliance placed fifth at both the presidential and parliamentary election, attaining 9 out of 130 seats, with Vicente Zeballos as the only elected congressman from Union for Peru. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low support at national polls and fears of losing it's status as a political party. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.8% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 general elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 general elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as it's candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but in the legislative elections, the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and only 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. At the legislative elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. In the congressional election, the alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Party to form the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of former Lima Mayor Luis Castañeda Lossio. The alliance placed fifth at both the presidential and parliamentary election, attaining 9 out of 130 seats, with Vicente Zeballos as the only elected congressman from Union for Peru. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party in the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low support at national polls and fears of losing it's status as a political party. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.8% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 general elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 general elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. At the elections held on 9 April 2000, the party nominated former first vice president Máximo San Román as it's candidate but he performed poorly in the elections placing last but in the legislative elections, the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and only 3 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. At the legislative elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. In the 2006 elections, Union for Peru aligned itself with the Peruvian Nationalist Party and endorsed Ollanta Humala, who faced Alan García in the presidential runoff election. In the congressional election, the alliance won with 21.2% of popular vote, and 45 out of 120 seats in the Congress. In the 2011 elections, the party joined forces with the National Solidarity Party to form the National Solidarity Alliance to support the presidential candidacy of former Lima Mayor Luis Castañeda Lossio. The alliance placed fifth at both the presidential and parliamentary election, attaining 9 out of 130 seats, with Vicente Zeballos as the only elected congressman from Union for Peru. The party would retain its alliance with the National Solidarity Party for the 2016 elections as well, jointly nominating Hernando Guerra García but the ticket withdrew due to its low support at national polls and fears of losing it's status as a political party. In the 2020 snap parliamentary elections, the party won 6.8% of the vote and 13 seats out of 130 seats in the Congress. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
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  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, over time the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the mid- to late-2010s. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994. Originally a liberal-centrist party with a lot very few centre-left factions, over time the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the mid- to late-2010s. At the elections held on 8 April 2001, the party won 4.1% of the popular vote and 6 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement for a short period in the late-2010s after a group tied to Antauro Humala ran under the party's banner. The party has since appeared to moderate its stance again after Humala formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 elections alone. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. The party's current Secretary-General is José Vega Antonio. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 General elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 General elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 General elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 general elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. (en)
  • Union for Peru (Spanish: Unión por el Perú) is a Peruvian political party founded by Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, an ex-UN Secretary General, in 1994 to run for the Presidency of Peru in the 1995 general elections. Originally a liberal-centrist party with some centre-left factions, the party became the main political home of the Peruvian ethnocacerist movement in the late-2010s after a group led by former Army Major Antauro Humala joined the party. Humala later formed the Patriotic Front in 2018 and set a goal for contesting the 2021 general elections, although it is unclear if Union for Peru will participate alongside it. (en)
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