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Spain votes to break political deadlock

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>> Back to the ballot box for the second time in six months. Spaniards voting on Sunday in the General Election after December's vote to leave the country without a viable government. But opinion polls are predicting a repeat result.>>
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>> The far left of the Unidos Podemos alliance may help break the stalemate. It's expected to edge into second place ahead of the Socialist party. The two could potentially team up in a left wing coalition coming close to an overall majority. Many analysts though think the Socialists would prefer to align with the rival People's Party than get into bed with a group stealing from their support base.
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