Photos by Karla Gachet & Ivor Kashinski

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According to Inca nomenclature, Ollanta Humala, winner of the recent elections in Peru, is the “warrior who looks at everything.” His father founded an ultranationalist doctrine that exalts the Inca past and whose aim is to establish a government with “full nationalist social inclusion” in which power is exercised by the traditionally marginalized Indians. The Yawar Fiesta or Blood Festival in Coyllurqui in the Peruvian Andes is held on July 28, Independence Day. This celebration symbolizes the clash between the indigenous people (represented by the condor) and the Spanish (represented by a bull).