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Spain could be plunging headlong into months of on setting T. as the country's prime minister called a snap election on Friday the political landscape in the year I sense fourth largest economy is now looking increasingly fragmented three sons has made the announcement also parliament voted down his minority government's budgets build this week he was straight against the right one castle and nationalist parties decided to help to detect despite the prime minister having taken a more conciliatory time with them and then bid for independence in his previous SS Spanien David spade needs to keep advancing progressing with tolerance respect moderation and common sense it'll post all of my a proposed to dissolve parliament and call elections for April twenty eighth the demise of the Socialist Party comes off to just eight months in office Sanchez has been leading a governments that depended on the face of small regional parties including the Catalans to poss legislation his party is currently ahead in the polls but opinion polls suggest that not a single party would win enough of a majority to govern on its own that could mean possible coalition scenarios and lengthy negotiations between three parties or more this could include far right party box you can seven six people party and the sense of rights the exact annals and marks gets a further breakdown in the country's two party system and a because the rise of populism sweeping across many European allies