According to several news outlets, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez is expected to announce the date for a snap election following the cabinet meeting on Friday. Reporting on the issue, "The decision to call a snap election comes after Congress on Wednesday rejected the Socialist Party (PSOE) government’s spending plan for 2019. The next general election was due to be held in 2020," El Pais said.
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