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Spain's future in the balance as lawmakers head for knife-edge vote

Reuters Saturday, 4 January 2020
Spanish lawmakers head to Parliament on Saturday for several days of debate ahead of an extremely tight vote that could confirm Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez as prime minister, breaking the country's political impasse and setting the stage for a leftist coalition to enter government. 
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