Could Spain be the latest European country to join the far right?

In Spain, recent opinion polls suggest the current opposition parties could win enough votes to form a right-wing coalition government.

    Top candidates running in Spain's upcoming election are urging undecided voters to choose wisely and to not give the victory to the far right.

    Opinion polls suggest a right-wing coalition may win Sunday's general election.

    It includes the far-right Vox party, which has based much of its campaign on the growing discontent around the economy, immigration and nationalism.

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from Seville.


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