Spanish voters go to polls in close-run Galicia election

Spanish voters go to polls in close-run Galicia election
Spanish voters go to polls in close-run Galicia election

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - People's Party leader Alberto Nunez Feijoo speaks during a debate on the legislative proposal to grant amnesty to those involved in Catalonia's failed independence bid in 2017, in Madrid, Spain, January 30, 2024. — Reuters pic

MADRID, Feb 18 — Voters went to the polls in Spain’s northwest region of Galicia today in a close-run race where polls have suggested the opposition conservative People’s Party (PP) could lose an absolute majority that it has held for 15 years.

The PP have ruled the region for all but four of the past 35 years and their leader, Alberto Nunez Feijoo, is a former Galician regional government chief.

A poll published on February 11 by 40dB for El Pais newspaper found that 46 per cent of voters would prefer a coalition of the Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) and the Socialist Party to the PP retaining power.

While battling to retain control of its heartland, the PP is also contending with internal conflict after Feijoo appeared to support a conditional amnesty for Catalan separatists - a measure that has been promoted by Spain’s left-wing coalition government and previously opposed by the PP.


One unlikely possibility is that Gonzalo Perez Jacome, the mayor of Ourense, could become kingmaker. Perez, who has dressed up as a Power Ranger and Superman during the campaign, is fighting to force the regional government to repay “its historic debt” to the town.

Official results are expected by 11 p.m. (10.00 GMT). Results from overseas voters, accounting for 476,000 emigre Galicians, will be counted by February 29. — Reuters


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