Peru Election - Alejandro Toledo NPR's Martin Kaste reports from Lima on the man who apparently has forced President Alberto Fujimori into a runoff election in June. Unofficial returns from yesterday's vote indicate that Fujimori will face Alejandro Toledo in the second round. Toledo has capitalized on growing opposition to Fujimori's rule. He has also benefited from his personal story; he was one of sixteen children born to a bricklayer and a fish vendor in a poor Andean village. Toledo eventually went to college in the U.S, and became an international economist.

Peru Election - Alejandro Toledo

Peru Election - Alejandro Toledo

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NPR's Martin Kaste reports from Lima on the man who apparently has forced President Alberto Fujimori into a runoff election in June. Unofficial returns from yesterday's vote indicate that Fujimori will face Alejandro Toledo in the second round. Toledo has capitalized on growing opposition to Fujimori's rule. He has also benefited from his personal story; he was one of sixteen children born to a bricklayer and a fish vendor in a poor Andean village. Toledo eventually went to college in the U.S, and became an international economist.