22nd April 2019

Santiago Abascal

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Catalan issue continues to set General Election agenda

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With two TV election debates on Monday and Tuesday this week, Catalonia continues to be a major issue for all parties running in the Spanish general election,
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Barcelona files complaints against ‘feminazi’ bus

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Barcelona City Council has filed two complaints against the ultra-conservative catholic Hazte Oír (Make Yourself Heard) association, that could incur fines of up to 61,000 euros. They
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Spotlight: ‘When you attack Franco, you attack over half of Spain’

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Luis Alfonso de Borbon, the great-grandson of Franco, is leading opposition to Spain’s bid to remove the dictator’s remains from an opulent mausoleum where they
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Vox: pro-independence ‘coup d’état is alive’

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The head of the far-right Vox party, Santiago Abascal, says that the fact that the Catalan president, Quim Torra, is in the courtroom during the
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Spain’s right and far-right unite at Madrid rally

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Tens of thousands of people waving Spanish flags joined a rally today in Madrid called by right-wing and far-right parties against Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez
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Far-right Vox forms agreement with PP

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Far-right party Vox, which sent shockwaves through Spain after winning a surprise 12 seats in Andalusia last month, has said it would vote in favour
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Rise of far-right unsettles Spain’s mainstream right

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Spain’s far-right party Vox holds the key to the formation of a right-wing government in the southern region of Andalusia but is proving to be
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Poll: far-right Vox would win 43-45 seats

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Spain’s far-right party Vox would enter parliament with 43-45 seats if an election was held today, giving all parties on the right an absolute overall
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Quim Torra slammed for call to follow Slovenia

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Catalan president Quim Torra has been heavily criticised for advocating following Slovenia’s example to achieve Catalan independence. Quim Torra said on Saturday that ‘Slovenians were