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President Daniel Ortega on course for third consecutive term  Nicaragua: Ortega is heading for a third consecutive term in office after securing more than 70% of the vote in partial results for Sunday's election, officials say Comedian wins Guatemala's presidential election  Jimmy Morales was elected after a wave of protests and widespread public anger over corruption helped oust the previous government Outsider Varela wins Panama election  Opposition leader Juan Carlos Varela has won the presidential election in Panama with almost 40% of the votes Unchallenged candidate wins Costa Rica vote  Opposition candidate Luis Solis easily won presidential runoff, an expected result given that his only rival had stopped campaigning a month... Leftist candidate declared winner in Salvador's election   El Salvador: El Salvador's electoral court on Thursday declared leftist candidate Salvador Sanchez Ceren the winner of the tight presidential election El Salvador rivals claim poll win  Both candidates in El Salvador's presidential election have claimed victory after a preliminary count showed the vote was too close to call El Salvador's ex-guerrilla poised to win presidency  Salvador Sanchez Ceren, 69, of the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN) has promised to continue the government's social program... Hernandez 'wins Honduras election'  Electoral commission has officially declared the conservative governing party candidate Juan Orlando Hernandez winner of presidential poll Daniel Ortega heads for presidential win  Nicaragua: Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega is set to secure a controversial third term with a landslide victory in the country's presidential election Perez Molina wins Guatemalan election  Retired army Gen. Otto Perez Molina won runoff presidential election in Guatemala, seizing on voters' concerns about growing insecurity Ortega eyes Nicaragua re-election  Voting is under way in Nicaragua to elect a president and representatives to the national parliament. Opinion polls Ortega will easily win Retired general lead in presidential race  Guatemala: Otto Perez Molina, who pledged to take a tough stand on crime, was leading in Guatemala's presidential elections Costa Rica elects first woman president  The ruling National Liberation Party claimed a historic victory. Laura Chinchilla: 'I want to thank the pioneering women who opened the doors... Exit polls: Lobo leads
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2017-12-01 Honduras election: Army given more powers to quash unrest Honduras
C. 2017-11-29 Opposition candidate Nasralla rejects poll count Honduras
D. 2016-11-06 President Daniel Ortega on course for third consecutive term Nicaragua
4. 2015-10-25 Comedian wins Guatemala's presidential election Guatemala
5. 2014-05-04 Outsider Varela wins Panama election Panama
6. 2014-04-06 Unchallenged candidate wins Costa Rica vote Costa Rica
H. 2014-03-13 Leftist candidate declared winner in Salvador's election SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador
I. 2014-03-09 El Salvador rivals claim poll win El Salvador
J. 2014-03-07 El Salvador's ex-guerrilla poised to win presidency El Salvador

  Opposition candidate Nasralla rejects poll count
  Honduras election: Army given more powers to quash unrest

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  Honduras has given its army and police more powers to contain unrest following violent protests over Sunday's disputed presidential election

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  Honduras: The main opposition candidate in the Honduran presidential election has said he will not accept the poll count despite earlier vowing to respect it

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  Honduras: Porfirio Lobo, of the conservative National Party of Honduras, a former president of the congress, is poised to become the next president.    Elvin Santos gained 38% of votes to Lobo's 56% in interim results. The scheduled poll wa...
  High turnout for election  Honduras: Hondurans went to the polls to elect a new president, even as the country's political crisis remained unresolved May.3 Martinelli claims victory as president  Panama: Tribunal: Opposition leader and supermarket mogul Ricardo Martinelli, of the conservative Democratic Change party, has won the election Mar.15 Leftist Funes claims presidency  El Salvador: Mauricio Funes is a member of FMLN, a political party that waged guerrilla war against the government 17 years ago

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Nov.5 Center-left wins presidential elections  Guatemala: Alvaro Colom of the National Union of Hope party was declared the official victor

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Nov.7 Ortega wins presidency
  Nicaragua: Former Marxist guerrilla leader bounced back to power in a presidential-election victory
 The 60-year-old president-elect won with 38%, 9 points ahead of his conservative rival Eduardo Montealegre
Nov.6 Ortega headed for victory. Nicaragua Nov.5 Ortega takes early lead. Nicaragua Oct.22 Voters approve $5 billion Canal overhaul Map of Panama Canal Panama
  Panama: About 80% have approved a plan to widen the Panama Canal to accommodate a new generation of ships
Oct.21 Panama to vote on expanded canal

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Nov.5 Right claims poll victory
  Nicaragua: Conservative ruling party have taken the lead over Sandinista leader Ortega

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