L'extrême droite entre en force au parlement régional d'Andalousie, une première en Espagne

Santiago Abascal, leader of Spain's far-right party VOX, gives a speech during a campaign meeting ahead of regional elections in Andalusia, on November 26, 2018 in Granada. With a tough line on immigration and Catalan separatism, Spain's tiny far-right party VOX is starting to make waves and could win seats in a regional election for the first time in Andalusia on Sunday. While polls put the Socialists ahead in their traditional southern regional stronghold which they have ruled for the past 36 years, VOX appears on course to win up to five seats in the 109-seat Andalusian parliament in the snap polls.


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