As They Go to the Polls Again, Spaniards Are Fed Up With All Their Parties

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez speaks at a press conference during an EU summit in Brussels, July 2, 2019 (AP file photo by Virginia Mayo)
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez speaks at a press conference during an EU summit in Brussels, July 2, 2019 (AP file photo by Virginia Mayo)

MADRID—Spaniards are not happy that their country is headed for its fourth election in four years. According to a recent poll in El Pais, more than 90 percent of respondents said they felt either disappointment, anger or worry at the prospect of another vote. But the parliament that was chosen in April still dissolved Monday at midnight after the leaders of its main parties were unable or unwilling to come to an arrangement that would allow one of them to form a government, triggering an election on Nov. 10. While Sept. 23 was the final deadline for any sort of […]

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