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barbaryfigs Nov 11
It isn't the "rise of the far-right" that's concerning, it's "the authoritarian Spanish nationalism" of winner, PSOE. If 's proposals "sound like the policies of a hard-right authoritarian regime, that’s because they are."
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barbaryfigs Nov 18
Illegal leaks from their case were even used by politicians and the media to influence the Spanish general result. 5
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POLITICO Europe Nov 11
Here are POLITICO's three takeaways from Spain's 🇪🇸
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POLITICO Europe Nov 11
🇪🇸 Here are three takeaways from result that has done little to resolve Spain's political deadlock...
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Miguel Otero Nov 11
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POLITICO Poll of Polls Nov 13
3 takeaways from Spain's election.
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Julio974 Nov 18
November 2019 Spanish General Elections: Full election night timelapse
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VOX 🇪🇸 Nov 11
🔴 Rueda de prensa de para valorar los resultados de las "Los españoles nos han votado para hacer una oposición fuerte". ⬇⬇⬇
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POLITICO Poll of Polls Nov 12
Hard lessons from Spanish liberals' electoral collapse.
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Streisand Neto Nov 11
New story! Following the results yesterday - the leader of , Albert Rivera announced his resignation.
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VOX 🇪🇸 Nov 11
📻 Este martes a las 8:40, entrevista a en para valorar los resultados de las 📡 Síguelo aquí en directo ➡ 📢 ¡No te lo pierdas!
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victorcap Nov 13
Results in : Independentists parties: 1.642.063 Not independentists parties: 2.083.016 Controlling the streets doesn't mean being the majority of
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Number Six Nov 11
100% votes counted in Catalonia: Indy Bloc 42.6% (+3.2) Comuns (in favour of exercising the right to self-determination) 14.2% (-0.7) Spanish unionist bloc 39.8% (-3.4) That's the situation in Catalonia. The solution is obvious. Well, it would be in a democracy.
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Ferdinando Giugliano Nov 11
‘If you are searching for an example of political hubris, look no further than what has happened in the last six months in Spain 🇪🇸’. My take on the lessons from a needless general election.
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The Confusionary Nov 12
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Señor Hipócrita Nov 11
Replying to @rosaliavt
Rock Vox
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Paula Garcia Nov 11
A recently formed right-wing party, VOX, just became the third political party in the Spanish parliament. Spain is officially tuned with the cancer of right-wing populism spreading throughout Europe.
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Joseph Sexton Nov 11
Election results here in . The Bloque Nacionalista enter Congress, Socialists and in a dead heat. No .
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Maurizio Carta Nov 11
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Atlantic Sentinel Nov 11
Spanish conservatives say they will not make Pedro Sánchez prime minister. Far-left Podemos still insists on a full coalition deal with cabinet seats. So nothing has changed and the entire were a waste of everyone's time.
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