In the Andalucía region of southern Spain, the electoral breakthrough of the far-right Vox party has sent a shockwave through Spanish politics. Critics are calling the party stance anti-immigration and anti-feminist. Insiders’ Sophie Claudet sat down with Valérie Gauriat to find out more.
Spain's far-right Vox party says it will pull its support for a People's Party (PP) and Ciudadanos coalition government in Andalusia unless the parties agree to overturn domestic violence legislation Vox deems part of the "radical feminist agenda."
For the first time since the Franco dictatorship, a populist party has entered a regional parliament.
Vox's victory could now pave the way for a far-right surge at a national level.