ELECTIONS IN SPAIN: WHAT COULD INFLUENCE THE NOVEMBER ELECTIONS TO BREAK THE POLITICAL IMPASSE?

Spaniards were frustrated and angry on Wednesday after being called to the polls for a fourth time in four years and some said they would stay away from the ballot box, making it harder to predict how the political deadlock could be broken.


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