Monday night, five of Spain’s candidates for prime minister will battle it out in a televised debate that could be decisive in next Sunday’s general elections.

Pedro Sanchez, Spain’s acting Socialist Party premier, is expected to be the main target of the other candidates due to his inability to form a government after Spain’s last general elections this April, over six months ago.

Spain’s debate stage is more crowded than ever. This will be the first time the far-right Vox party, led by Santiago Abascal, will debate alongside mainstream national candidates. Vox was invited because of the party’s

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