Spain appears to be heading towards repeat elections, while Spain’s interim prime minister Pedro Sanchez said on Thursday that he is prepared to form a government with Podemos, meeting staunch opposition within the party.
Next week, Sanchez faces a vote of confirmation in parliament. If he does not receive what amounts to a vote of confidence, Spain will go to the polls. Having failed to form a government since April 28, Sanchez has asked the centre-right to abstain while a government coalition...

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