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Spain: Impromptu protests after far-right election gains in Andalusia01:10

Spain: Impromptu protests after far-right election gains in Andalusia

Spain, Seville
December 4, 2018 at 01:05 GMT +00:00 · Published

Thousands of demonstrators swept through Seville on Monday night after the far-right Vox party won 12 seats in regional elections.

Protesters forced their way inside the city's university before marching on the official seat of the Andalusian government.

A number of spontaneous demonstrations have been held in key cities across the region, including Granada and Malaga.

Vox's breakthrough means that a far-right party has won seats in a Spanish regional regional for the first time in decades. It could now be a kingmaker in a new administration with conservative Popular Party (PP) and the centre-right Ciudadanos party.

Mandatory credit: Raul Conde

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Thousands of demonstrators swept through Seville on Monday night after the far-right Vox party won 12 seats in regional elections.

Protesters forced their way inside the city's university before marching on the official seat of the Andalusian government.

A number of spontaneous demonstrations have been held in key cities across the region, including Granada and Malaga.

Vox's breakthrough means that a far-right party has won seats in a Spanish regional regional for the first time in decades. It could now be a kingmaker in a new administration with conservative Popular Party (PP) and the centre-right Ciudadanos party.

Mandatory credit: Raul Conde