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Spanish PM faces test as Andalucía votes in regional election

People’s party expected to repeat 2018 defeat of Socialists – but failure to gain absolute majority could lead to deal with far right

People in Andalucía have gone to the polls in an early regional election that the incumbent conservative People’s party is expected to win comfortably, in what would be a blow to Spain’s Socialist prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, before a national vote expected at the end of 2023.

More than 6 million people are eligible to vote in Spain’s most populous region, where temperatures were expected to cool slightly after a week of extreme heat that officials feared would reduce turnout.

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