Conservatives win resoundingly in Paraguay’s election, allaying concerns about Taiwan

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Santiago Pena, a 44-year-old conservative economist from Paraguay, won the presidential vote on Sunday, strengthening the Colorado Party’s hold on power and allaying concerns that diplomatic relations with Taiwan might be severed.

With 99.9% of the votes in, Pena, who has promised to maintain Paraguay’s long-standing connections with Taiwan, had 42.7% of the vote, leading center-left challenger Efrain Alegre, who has pushed for transferring allegiance to China, by more than 15 points.



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