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165 resultados para 'votes'

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15:10

Opinion

Votes and wallets

Héctor Barbotta

...million votes received by the far-right party. The support from the poorest areas of this country is particularly significant. For example, Vox received 20 per cent of votes in La Palmilla (Malaga); and with 31 per cent, Las Albarizas was the area where

17:51

Opinion

Pardon?

Mark Nayler

...yet you don't hear the PP or Vox objecting to it on such grounds. The opposition claims that Sánchez will issue the pardons because he relies on Catalan separatists' votes in congress, and so is really granting a "self-pardon". But if greater

15:44

LifeStyle

The search for the best sardines on the Costa del Sol

SUR IN ENGLISH

Participants will be entered into a draw to win a voucher worth 50 euros which can be spent in any of the designated restaurants. Votes will determine three of the five finalists and a panel of judges will choose the other two. The judges, made up of

22:06

National

Pablo Iglesias loses his ponytail

SUR

...ex-right hand man, Íñigo Errejón, believed that the best strategy for winning votes was to put the image of Iglesias and his ponytail onto the papers, hoping people would associate the two with Podemos. The former second deputy prime minister left

11:45

Local

Tolox's toss for power put off as PSOE disputes damaged paper

A. M. ROMERO

votes each in the municipal election on 26 May after a paper in favour of the Socialist party was declared null and void due to cuts on either side. Unhappy with the decision by the Malaga Electoral Commission, the Socialists have taken the case to the

17:31

Opinion

A bad idea

Mark Nayler

...for an extension to the state of alarm (although, oddly, it wouldn't have made any difference if EH Bildu hadn't abstained: their votes weren't decisive). Sánchez, then, made a promise to go much further in repealing Rajoy's controversial ... least, this stealthily-made pact highlights, once again, the government's readiness to promise anything to anyone so long as they receive much-needed votes in return.