Backers of the recall effort received support from former President Alan Garcia of the Alianza Popular Revolucionaria Americana (APRA, Partido Aprista Peruano), while those calling for a No vote were backed by leftist parties and unions as well as rightist leaders such as former presidential candidate Pedro Pablo Kuczinsky, former President Alejandro Toledo of Peru Posible (PP), the longtime former leader of the Partido Popular Cristiano (PPC) Luis Bedoya Reyes and the current PPC leader Lourdes Flores Nano, who ran against Villaran in the 2010 mayoral election.
What does AP stand for?
AP stands for Alianza Popular (Spanish political party)
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- Airport Plaza (Crystal City, Arlington, VA)
- Alan Parsons (musician)
- Alarm Processor (AT&T)
- Alfa Parf (hair care)
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The two-man runoff is between Alejandro Toledo, 55, a left-of-center candidate from Peru Posible (Possible Peru), and former President Alan Garcia, 51, who heads Alianza Popular Revolucionaria Americana (American Revolutionary People's Alliance).
4% of the votes counted, the Oficina Nacional de Procesos Electorales (ONPE) gives Gana Peru 47 seats; Fuerza 2011, 37; Peru Posible, 21; Alianza por el Gran Cambio, 12; Solidaridad Nacional, nine; and the governing Alianza Popular Revolucionaria Americana (APRA), four.
During the celebration, the mayor presented the City of Lima Medal to the historic leader of the Alianza Popular Revolucionaria Americana (APRA), also called the Partido Aprista Peruana (PAP), Armando Villanueva del Campo, who is hospitalized in the city.
Ex-cabinet member denies having radio during killing A leader in Garcia's Alianza Popular Revolucionaria Americana (APRA) and close friend of Garcia, Augustin Mantilla, then serving as vice minister of the interior, was the top government representative at El Fronton.
The revelations brought congressional inquiries and criticisms from opposition groups and from Garcia's Alianza Popular Revolucionaria Americana (APRA) party.
The runoff pitted Garcia of the Alianza Popular Revolucionaria Americana (APRA) against retired Army Col.