Spanish prime minister faces no-confidence motion

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez faces a no-confidence motion in parliament brought by the right-wing populist Vox party, as the government grapples with a severe second wave of coronavirus infections.Sanchez is expected to win the vote, which is due to take place on Thursday, but tough exchanges are expected between the government and opposition.Vox accuses the government of imposing a “Bolivarian communism,” a reference to a 19th-century Venezuelan general who led socialist independence movements. Vox also called on the government to justify its “criminal” management of the coronavirus o…

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