SPAIN’S general election is a huge step into the unknown.
And on December 20, the country’s political elite will be bracing itself for a possible knockout blow.
PSOE and PP have both seen their share of votes trimmed as the young tyros of Podemos and Ciudadanos storm the barricades.
And although Spaniards have drifted back towards the two main parties in recent weeks, they haven’t done so in enough numbers to guarantee either a majority.
December’s live TV debate was the latest twist, with Pablo Iglesias seizing centre stage from the three other parties.
Less than a week of feverish campaigning awaits.
Which way will Spain turn?
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