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The Debate

What's wrong with Spain? Political gridlock deepens in Madrid and Barcelona

It looks like it's back to the ballot box in Spain, where support for the two traditional centre-left and centre-right blocs has splintered into political gridlock. Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez's Socialists failed to get their budget bill through parliament. A decade after the financial crisis, voters are turning to new political faces. Meanwhile, Madrid is seen as persecuting separatist Catalan leaders, putting 12 of them on trial. Our panel discusses what's next for Spain.

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Produced by Tatiana REITER, Alessandro XENOS, and Ingri BERGO.

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