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Oscar Ivan Zuluaga won most votes in first round  Colombia: Colombians are in for 3 more weeks of political campaigning after an ally of conservative ex-president won first round vs incumbent Juan Manuel... Split mayoral vote prolongs Venezuelan stalemate  President Maduro's opponents gained a stronger foothold in largest cities in mayoral elections, though they failed to deliver the crushing v...   Chavez foes hail election gains  Venezuela: Opposition is celebrating the results of Sunday's poll, in which it overturned President Hugo Chavez's two-thirds majority in parliament Billionaire Pinera wins presidential election
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1. 2015-12-09 Argentina's Fernandez bids emotional farewell Casa Rosada Presidential Palace, Buenos Aires, Argentina
C. 2015-12-06 Venezuela opposition wins majority in National Assembly CARACAS, Venezuela
2015-11-22 Conservative Mauricio Macri wins Argentina presidency Buenos Aires, Argentina
E. 2014-05-25 Oscar Ivan Zuluaga won most votes in first round Colombia
F. 2013-12-08 Split mayoral vote prolongs Venezuelan stalemate Venezuela
G. 2010-09-27 Chavez foes hail election gains Venezuela
H. 2010-01-17 Billionaire Pinera wins presidential election Chile
I. 2006-06-04 Peruvians elect Garcia president Peru
9. 2006-01-15 Bachelet wins presidency Chile

Conservative Mauricio Macri wins Argentina presidency Map of Buenos Aires Argentina
Argentina's Fernandez bids emotional farewell Map of Casa Rosada Presidential Palace Buenos Aires Argentina  Argentina's outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has made an emotional farewell speech to supporters in Buenos Aires   Venezuela opposition wins majority in National Assembly Map of CARACAS Venezuela


year 2015 Top ^

Dec.9
Dec.6
  The opposition won control of the National Assembly by a landslide, delivering a major setback to the ruling party and altering the balance of power
Nov.22
  Macri has been confirmed as the winner after his ruling party opponent conceded. Macri led Daniel Scioli by 51.5% to 48.5%



year 2014 Top ^

May.25


year 2013 Top ^

Dec.8


year 2010 Top ^

Sep.27
Jan.17
  Chile: Conservative Sebastian Pinera has won presidential run-off, ending two decades of centre-left rule
 Social Democrat Eduardo Frei conceded defeat after results showed Pinera with 52% of the vote to Mr Frei's 48%


year 2006 Top ^

Jun.4 Peruvians elect Garcia president
  Former President appeared to be staging a political comeback after his previous administration ended in economic ruin Jan.15 Bachelet wins presidency
  Chile: Socialist Michelle Bachelet appeared to have won a solid victory to become the country's first woman president


year 2005 Top ^

Dec.18 Leftist Morales poised to lead
  Bolivia: Exit polls from presidential election suggest a clear victory for Aymara Indian candidate, ahead of Jorge Quiroga

year 2003 Top ^

May.14 Menem quits presidential race
  Argentina: Former President has withdrawn from runoff election, clearing the way for his opponent to become president

year 2002 Top ^

Oct.27 Leftist Lula wins presidency by landslide
  Brazil: Former union boss Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva had 61.5% to ruling party candidate Serra's 38.5%
Oct.6 Lula leads presidential vote
  Brazil: Partial results show 56-year-old leftist steelworker and union leader had 46.6%

year 2000 Top ^

Jan.17 Socialist candidate elected president
  Chile: Ricardo Lagos, an opponent of Pinochet, is the first socialist to be elected head of state since Salvador Allende in 1970


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