Spain’s Fractures Laid Bare as Socialists Win, Far Right Gain First Seats

Spain’s ruling Socialist party has won Sunday’s general election with around 29% of the vote – and Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez is set to begin coalition talks to try to form a government. Meanwhile, for the first time since the regime of fascist dictator Francisco Franco ended in the mid-1970s, a far-right party will hold seats in the Spanish parliament. Henry Ridgwell reports.

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