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Spain repeats election as Catalan crisis boosts far right

Seattle Times Friday, 8 November 2019
MADRID (AP) — Spain is holding its fourth general election in as many years — and the second this year — amid voter distrust and a renewed Catalan independence bid that has bolstered the far right. The first obstacle for whoever wins Sunday’s vote will be to overcome the country’s increasingly fragmented and polarized politics […]
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