Spain’s conservatives retake Madrid, far-left keeps Barcelona

Barcelona's new Mayor Ada Colau walks next to Jaume Collboni, Ernest Maragall and Manuel Valls after her swearing-in ceremony, at Sant Jaume square in Barcelona, Spain, June 15, 2019. REUTERS/Albert Gea

MADRID (Reuters) – A conservative was sworn in on Saturday as Madrid’s new mayor, regaining control of the Spanish capital for the People’s Party after forging a coalition including the far right, while the far-left won a second term in Barcelona with support from the Socialists and others. Spain’s municipal elections in May led to […]

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