On April 28th, 2019, Spain held an election. No party won a majority, but the incumbent PSOE (Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party) won a plurality.

In fifth place was the right-wing traditionalist nationalist party Vox, which got 10.3 percent of the vote and broke into Spain’s lower house of parliament, seating 24 representatives.

Vox is an interesting party, and definitely a party worth keeping an eye on.

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Article by Allan Wall, published May 10th, 2019, on VDARE.COM.

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