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Published 11 months ago with 1 Comments

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  • NinjaKlaus (edited 11 months ago)

    I don't understand, Didn't Rajoy promise that they would remove the small vocal minority of separatist leaders and start fresh with a pro-Spain government... where were all those people that refused to vote in the leave referendum at?

    I did read where the pro-Spain party won the most seats and 25% of the vote, but that means the Independence people got 75% of the vote meaning it does appear more people would like to leave than stay, unlike what everyone was screaming two months ago.

    Edit: I misread the total numbers, so about 52% is made up of leavers, 25% are stayers, and the other 23% are probably a mixture. The leavers just have a majority.

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