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How Catalan separatists are taking control of immigration

19 January 2024

9:39 PM

19 January 2024

9:39 PM

In Spain’s general election last July, the right-wing Partido Popular and the even more right-wing Vox won 170 seats, just short of the 176 they needed to form a government. The support of an MP from Navarre and another from the Canary Islands took them to 172 but that only added to the frustrating sense of ‘so near and yet so far’.

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