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Europe Elects Nov 18
Spain: In November elections, Liberal Cs (RE) lost over half of its voters vs. April elections. Plurality of the losses didn't vote, many moved to PP (EPP) and Vox (ECR) Vox's gains were also fuelled by newcomers from PSOE (S&D) and PP. Turnout decreased.
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VoxEurop Nov 14
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PSOE Jaén Nov 17
☕️☀️ | Toda la actividad de la semana en 🖥 1️⃣ 2️⃣ 3️⃣ 4️⃣
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PauPau Nov 12
A dormir tod@s tranquilos!!! 👏👏👏
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Marty Smith Nov 13
Re outcome, I suspect that coalition deal to govern will have some similar successes to that of PS/BE in Portugal, but whilst the democratic right of Catalan citizens is ignored there will be no real legitimacy to the next phase of the Podemos project.
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Amanda Kelly Nov 11
“Years of corruption showed that absolute majorities-in Spain as a whole, in Catalonia or in other regions-produced abuse and thievery” ⁦⁩ on Looking forward to his talk with poet Forrest Gander
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La Psicòloga del Born Nov 16
Hay que mentir a los mentirosos. Yo recomiendo garantizar al PSOE abstención en segunda vuelta y luego votaría un NO bien grande, así aprenderían que hace falta un relator....
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Xavier 🐋 Nov 11
Spain has had 4 elections in 4 years. And still no stability in sight. The Socialists won the most seats, but the Congress is even more fragmented than it was on the last elections. This will make it even harder to form a strong government.
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Cecilia Nogueroles Nov 12
‘’It is therefore no longer accurate to speak of a 'populist' surge in Europe. At the very least, it is a 'rightwing populist' surge’’ ‘...real king is nationalism, or better put nativism, and he is here to stay.’
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politica española Nov 14
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AnaAIonso🔻 Nov 13
Pobre “Montapollos”... a ver si las lágrimas no eran por Albert!!🤔 Ciudadanos puede entrar en quiebra técnica financiera y desaparecer como partido político via
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European Left Nov 12
- good news! Pre-agreement between the and to form a progressive government
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DURAGSINGH RAJPUROHIT ✒️🇮🇳 Nov 19
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katrina Nov 18
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TheMayorEU Nov 13
With its 4th parliamentary election in as many years, Spain becomes even more divided and ungovernable
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Abascal News 🇪🇸 Nov 11
La valoración de , un día después de conocerse los resultados de las 🗣 " será un dique de contención y una esperanza para los españoles".
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María Ramírez Nov 12
I will be on talking about the coalition agreement for a possible new government in Spain. It’s not going to be as easy as the hug Iglesias gave Sánchez today. Around 10.20 p.m. (11.20 p.m. Spanish time).
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Ben Margulies Nov 18
Replying to @chequeredfuture
I suppose one possibility is that Rivera attracted some protest votes, But a million of them? Did immigration become more visible and crowd the C's out? Anyway, I think this is the most interesting puzzle about Fin/
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Tomi Chumino Nov 12
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