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Spain's Ciudadanos leader steps down after heavy election losses: El Mundo

Reuters Monday, 11 November 2019
The leader of Spain's Ciudadanos, Albert Rivera, on Monday stepped down as party president after the centre-right party saw its result collapse in a repeat parliamentary election, El Mundo newspaper said, citing sources.
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