- Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez called the snap vote in February after Catalan independence parties withdrew their support for the government’s budget bill - CNBC
- The move could have worked in Sanchez’ favor, however, with opinion polls suggesting that his Spanish Socialist and Workers’ Party (the PSOE) will gain far more parliamentary seats - CNBC
Spain’s Socialists are seen winning the April 28 election with 31.3% of vote, falling short of majority – From a GAD3 Poll.
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