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and to re run already looks more than possible Spain's photo on Sunday looks too close to call two main blocs left and right leaning a room plate but the wild card is a surge in support for the far right fox party it was only founded in twenty thirteen but it's expected to become the first such home right , to sit in parliament since the early eighties , it could even invite with the conservatives the leadership of the rightist block , prime minister Pedro Sanchez is socialist in the lead but the tip to win about a third of the vote will almost certainly need partners polling shows no party is close to gaining a majority so deadlocked parliament is a strong possibility , the campaign has focused on Spaniards hearts rather than their wallets for the first time since the financial crisis Catalan independence is this polarizing as always since the region's twenty seventeen drive to break away punched spade into political crisis Sanchez is open to talks with separatist leaders and he may have to call on castle and leftist for coalition that has incurred the wrath of the parties on the right vox especially is playing to the nationalist vote the crisis helped to propel its rapid rise he says those who wish spring sovereignty would be broken in Catalonia it won't be surrendered in Brussels we are not going to kneel down in front of those who don't respect us as political commentators have been pointing out though one result is certain from the choice of leading candidates Spain's next prime minister will be young cosmopolitan white and male