Paraguayans elect tobacco magnate as president

Colorado Party's presidential candidate Horacio Cartes, waves to supporters in Asuncion, Paraguay, Sunday, April 21, 2013. Cartes won a five-year term with 46 percent of the vote over 37 percent for Efrain Alegre of the Radical Liberal party, the Electoral Court announced after most votes were counted. Five other candidates trailed far behind. At right is Vice-President elect Juan Afara.(AP Photo/Jorge Saenz)ASUNCION, Paraguay (AP) — Paraguayans elected a tobacco magnate as their new leader Sunday, returning the conservative Colorado Party to the presidency that it held for 61 years before former Roman Catholic bishop Fernando Lugo won the office in 2008.