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Spanish PM hardens Catalonia stance with eye on election
Sanchez has adopted a more open approach towards Catalonia's pro-independence leaders than his conservative predecessor Mariano Rajoy
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But a deepening polarization within Spain over matters of regional autonomy on Dec. 2 cost Sanchez's Socialists votes in an election in Andalusia, one of its traditional regional strongholds, that in turn highlighted the risk of an early national election.
So they say.

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Spain's Prime Minister Sanchez says: 'As of today ...
Sanchez' equivocation was ceremonial, played in part to Cataluyna conflict ...

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by Cat on Wed Dec 12th, 2018 at 11:04:00 PM EST
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