Electoral Tribunal has on Sunday pronounced conservative Alejandro Giammattei of the Vamos party victor of Guatemala’s presidential decision over his inside left rival, ex-first woman Sandra Torres.
Giammattei guaranteed triumph soon after surveying stations shut, saying it would be respected to fill in as the leader of the Central American nation, according to Al-Jazeera news reports.
Giammattei won right around 60 percent of votes, contrasted and around 40 percent for Torres.
Turnout seemed to have been very low, recommending broad frustration with the political business as usual in a country plagued by defilement, neediness, joblessness and movement issues.
Running for the traditionalist Vamos party, the 63-year-old specialist, who uses supports since he has different sclerosis, stridently contradicts gay marriage and fetus removal and embraces family esteems and capital punishment.
Al Jazeera’s John Holman, detailing from neighboring Mexico, said Giammattei has a notoriety of being hardliner regarding battling culpability in the nation.
Her battle stage concentrated on improving instruction, human services and the economy. She likewise proposed an enemy of defilement program.
Around 8,000,000 Guatemalans are enlisted voters, however turnout may have been underneath 40 percent.