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President of Spanish popular party Alberto Nuñez Feijoó votes in regional and local election

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President of the Popular Party and leader of the opposition in Spain Alberto Nuñez Feijoó votes on Sunday morning in regional and local election. IMAGES

Added on the 28/05/2023 14:07:18 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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