Laporta takes unassailable lead in Barcelona presidential election


BARCELONA (Reuters) - Joan Laporta was set to be named FC Barcelona's President for a second time after taking an unassailable lead in Sunday's election.

Barcelona said Laporta had won 57.6% of votes of 96% counted. Victor Font was second with 31.7%, while Toni Freixa was third with 9.2%.

(Reporting by Richard Martin; editing by Clare Fallon)

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