An uncertain future awaits Spain after Partido Popular performed worse than expected while the Socialists rebounded.
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Spain goes to polls next Sunday with no party expected to secure an outright majority in the 350-seat parliament.
Final opinion polls project that the right-wing PP party will win a majority in a coalition with the far-right Vox.
After his party’s severe losses in local polls, Spain’s prime minister brought forward the national vote by four months.
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‘Democratic Memory Laws’ bring some relief to families of General Franco’s victims, but much needs to be done, they say.
Landslide victory of the People’s Party in Andalusia’s regional vote leaves Spain’s ruling party looking vulnerable.
Incumbent PM’s Socialist Party is expected to win Sunday’s snap polls, but the absolute majority remains elusive.
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Refugees and the homeless live without electricity or water where not long ago, million-dollar cars used to race.