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Socialist prime minister Pedro Sanchez celebrating his win on Sunday (Photo: PSOE)

#Europe agenda: Spanish socialists seem to have halted far-right ‘reconquest’

Spanish socialists halt far-right ‘reconquest’

Socialist prime minister Pedro Sanchez celebrating his win on Sunday (Photo: PSOE)
The Spanish left declared victory over the far-right in elections on Sunday, as their adversaries vowed to “reconquer” the country.
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