Pedro Castillo has been declared president-elect of Peru, weeks after winning the popular vote in a tightly-contested run-off election.
The country’s election authority announced its verdict after reviewing claims of electoral fraud by his right-wing rival, Keiko Fujimori.
Mr Castillo, a 51-year-old former school teacher and union leader, secured just over 50% of the votes.
He will now be sworn in as Peru’s President on July 28.
During his presidential campaign, Mr Castillo pledged to nationalise Peru’s lucrative mining and hydrocarbon sectors, and said he would aim to create a million new jobs in a year.