No Clear Winner In Spain's Election After 20% Of Votes Counted

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Published on April 28, 2019 - Duration: 00:38s

No Clear Winner In Spain's Election After 20% Of Votes Counted

Reuters reports no party in Spain won a clear majority in Sunday's national election.

According to 20 percent of votes counted from the interior ministry, the Socialists of Spain’s outgoing Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez led with 30 percent, and the far-left Unidas Podemos trailed with 14 percent.

The right-wing mainstream conservative PP party got 17 percent, center-right Ciudadanos got 13 percent and far-right Vox got 9 percent.

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