Chile election: Michelle Bachelet wins first round of voting
Chile's presidential election will go to a second round of voting, after neither candidate won an outright majority.
Left-wing candidate Michelle Bachelet took the first round but, with most of the votes counted, conceded she had failed to reach an outright majority and avoid a run-off.
She took nearly 47% of the vote. Her main rival, Evelyn Matthei, who was a minister in the centre-right government of Sebastian Pinera, got 25%.
Gideon Long reports from Santiago.
18 Nov 2013
- From the section Latin America & Caribbean