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The Minister of Labor Yolanda Diaz and former MEP Manu Pineda attend the EU campaign of the Sumar coalition, May 23, 2024, Madrid.
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Die Wahlergebnisse in Spanien bedeuten einen knappen Sieg der zentristischen Volkspartei, die die Sozialistische Partei um zwei Sitze geschlagen hat. Der eindeutige Sieg geht an die politische Tradition der beiden Großparteien, die insgesamt 64,37 % der Stimmen auf sich vereinigen konnten. Die rechtsextreme Partei VOX erhielt 9,62 %, vergleichbar mit ihrem portugiesischen Pendant CHEGA, das 9,79 % erreichte, aber weit entfernt von den 15,60 % der Alternativen für Deutschland in Deutschland, den 28,59 % der Fratelli d'Italia in Italien und den 31,36 % der Rassemblement National in ...
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European Election 2024: Assembly of the Spanish left-wing political party Sumar Estrella Galan, Sumar candidate for the European elections, seen speaking during
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In the Spanish State, all indicators seem to point in the same direction: we are coming to the end of a cycle, in which what has been called the “Space for Change” is in retreat and even disappearing in many regions. Significant internal disagreements within the Left, right-wing and far-right parties committed to propagating fake news and stoking tensions, and a social democracy that has been neglected for years have all come together to create a society divided by media and discursive polarization, and the disaffection of the majority of citizens.
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