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In Spanish election debate, Sanchez snubs Ciudadanos as tempers fray

Reuters Tuesday, 23 April 2019
The main contenders in Spain's parliamentary election traded verbal blows over jobs and national identity on Tuesday, as Socialist frontrunner Pedro Sanchez said he had no plans to include center-right Ciudadanos in any governing alliance.
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