LIMA - Peruvian
"He said what everyone knows," said Garcia told Panamericana television station, Channel 5. Garcia refers to his wife's statement.
"He told the truth. Yes, we parted, but we still meet," said Peru's president. On Saturday (04/30/2011), local media reported Nores admitted he had been separated for two years.
Couple president and first lady of Peru has four grown children. Nores, a citizen of Argentina, told El Comercio newspaper that the couple had been trying to improve their household, "but that did not work".
He said further details about the longstanding separation was "very personal".
Garcia, who will end the second term as President of Peru, admitted that during his presidential campaign in 2006, he had impregnated an economist named Roxanne Cheesman and have a child.
Garcia involved an extramarital affair with economist it for 18 months. On June 5, voters will choose between a left-wing leader, Ollanta Humala, and the candidate of the conservative camp, Keiko Fujimori, as the new president of Peru.
"I really was the topic of my wife," said Garcia (61) told the television station. Garcia says he and his wife split up "like a half partner in Peru." He said "do not have enmity with anyone who has given him an extraordinary four children."