A relatively new political party is doing well in Spain, a true conservative, nationalist Spanish party. It’s worth keeping an eye on.

Thanks to its fractious politics and multiplicity of parties, Spain had two general elections in 2019, in April and then in November.

Before the April election, Vox had no seats in the Congreso, the lower house of the Spanish parliament. In April Vox won 24 seats. In November, it more than doubled to 52 seats.

Vote-wise, it was an increase from 10.3% in April to 15.1% in November.

What can we learn from Vox?

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Article by Allan Wall, published December 17th, 2019, on VDARE.COM.

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