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Elections in Spain

The far-right and anti-immigration Vox enters a legislative chamber after winning 12 seats, for the first time in the history of Spanish democracy.

A far-right party in Spain broke new political ground Sunday after winning 12 seats in a regional election for the first time since the death of dictator Francisco Franco in 1975.

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  1. The far-right and anti-immigration Vox enters for the first time in the history of Spanish democracy in a legislative chamber with 12 seats. The first right-wing majority in the Parliament can knock down the 40-year socialist government.
  2. The far-right and anti-immigrant Vox enters a legislative chamber after winning 12 seats, for the first time in the history of Spanish democracy.
  3. The far-right and anti-immigration Vox enters a legislative chamber after winning 12 seats, for the first time in the history of Spanish democracy.

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