That would be something. For some reason the ties to the military sound eerily haunting of some past regimes in the region. According to the article,
"The former army lieutenant colonel has said he will introduce what he describes as a more participatory form of democracy and will limit investment in Peru by companies from Chile.Ollanta Humala is described as similar in philosophy to Chavez in Venezuela. These stories seem to developing all over America. The big question is whether or not this will continue to develop in a peaceful way.
He has called for tighter central control over Peru's energy assets and has pledged to cut the presidential salary."
What ever it is that is really going on, I present this post as number 100, from a place that I hold dear in my heart - beautiful Peru.