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Spain gets coalition government as Sanchez wins parliamentary vote

Reuters Tuesday, 7 January 2020
Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez narrowly won parliamentary backing on Tuesday for Spain's first coalition government in decades, ending a long political stalemate but leaving him reliant on a fragile patchwork of alliances to pass laws.
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