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  • El Partido Democrático Somos Perú (más conocido como Somos Perú) es un partido político peruano de alcance nacional fundado por Alberto Andrade Carmona. Cuenta con comités partidarios en diecinueve regiones del país.​ (es)
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  • Partido Democrático Somos Perú (es)
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