Chile's Longuiera wins conservative primary

By REUTERS
July 1, 2013 05:02

 
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SANTIAGO - Former Chilean Economy Minister Pablo Longueira won his conservative party primary on Sunday night, after rival ex- Defense Minister Andres Allamand conceded defeat on national TV.

Longueira faces a tough battle against former Chilean leader Michelle Bachelet, who earlier on Sunday won the center-left's primary and is expected to regain Chile's presidency in an election in November.

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