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Catalan separatists to break Spain's political deadlock

Reuters Thursday, 2 January 2020
A Catalan separatist party said on Thursday it would abstain during the Spanish parliament's upcoming vote to confirm Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez as prime minister, potentially ending the prolonged national political deadlock.
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