Spain’s conservative leader says will try to ‘form a government’

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The head of Spain’s conservative Popular Party (PP) said he would try to form a government after his formation won the most seats in a general election on Sunday but fell short of a working majority in parliament.

“As the candidate of the party that won the most seats, I believe it is my duty” to try to form a government,” Alberto Nunez Feijoo told supporters gathered outside of the PP headquarters in Madrid.


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