Portuguese Consensus Candidate Sousa Wins Presidential ElectionBy
New head of state elected after taking more than half of vote
Sousa calls for compromise between Portual's main parties
Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, a former Social Democrat leader preaching compromise between the country’s parties, will become Portugal’s 20th president after winning more than 50 percent of a first-round vote Sunday, avoiding a runoff.
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