All to play for as polarized Spain votes after tense campaign

A worker moves boxes containing ballots as they are taken from a warehouse and sent to polling stations ahead of the April 28 Spanish general election in Alcala de Henares, near Madrid, Spain, April 16, 2019. Picture taken April 16, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Medina

MADRID (Reuters) – Spain heads to the polls on Sunday for its most divisive and open-ended election in decades, set to result in a fragmented parliament in which the far-right will get a sizeable presence for the first time since the country‚Äôs return to democracy. After a tense campaign dominated by emotive issues, notably national […]

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