Exit polls: Castaneda wins mayor of Lima

A regional elections were convened Peru 21.3 million people. (Photo: Reuters)

According to exit poll results, Luis Castañeda is the virtual winner of the mayor of Lima (capital) with 48.4 percent of the vote so far in regional and municipal elections held in Peru on Sunday.
The reactions of the former Lima mayor and candidate for National Solidarity were soon on Twitter and thanked the people for their trust and for a new job opportunity.

I thank the people of Lima for their trust and for giving me this new opportunity to work together #VuelvenLasObras pic.twitter.com/1O7RWdCxCT
– Luis Castañeda L. (LuchoCastanedaL) October 5, 2014
As for the 25 regional governments, wait for the results in the coming days, according to exit polls that lead to a runoff between the top rated postulates regions.
The National Office of Electoral Processes (ONPE) has indicated that it will offer the first official results, 60% of the vote, around 22H00 local time (0300 GMT Tuesday).
The head of the mission of the Organization of American States (OAS, which deployed 35 observers in 16 parts of the country), Sergio Abreu, highlighted the tranquility of the electoral process and the large number of voters.
The National Jury of Elections (JNE) convened 21.3 million people to elect regional presidents, councilors, mayors and council (councilors) for 25 regions, 195 provinces and 1,647 districts across the country for the period 2015-2018.