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The new bill will make it a "state responsibility" to identify the thousands of missing victims of Spain's Civil War and Franco's dictatorship.
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The call by Podemos, ERC (The Republican Left of Catalonia), and EH Bildu (Euskal Herria Bildu) follows a 3-year newspaper investigation and similar inquiries in other European countries.
Spanish Parliament debates 'Only Yes is Yes' sexual consent law
The law would strengthen the country's penal code against rape by requiring explicit consent for sex acts, a move long demanded by assault survivors and women's rights groups.
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Spain to cut energy taxes amid anger over soaring electricity costs
PM Pedro Sánchez said that his government intends to scrap a 7% tax on power generation, among other measures.
Spain's first national lockdown order was unconstitutional, says court
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Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announces government reshuffle
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Catalonia’s new president wants another referendum on independence
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Pablo Iglesias quits, leaving an indelible mark on Spanish politics
Pablo Iglesias, the leader and founder of left-wing party Podemos, resigned from party politics following defeat in the regional elections in Madrid.
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Isabel Díaz Ayuso of the right-wing Popular Party is expected to win Tuesday's regional election in the Spanish capital but she is likely to need the support of Vox to govern.
Spain: Podemos party blames far-right for attack on Murcia HQ
The Spanish party's Cartagena headquarters was attacked this morning for the third time in 12 months and a complaint has been filed with police.
Two former Spanish prime ministers to testify at slush fund trial
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Spain legalises euthanasia and assisted suicide
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Spain's deputy PM quits role to stand in Madrid election
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Pablo Hasel, a previously obscure artist in the Spanish rap scene, is now at the centre of a battle over free speech in the country.
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