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Today’s vlog will be about two new and complementary groups in Spanish politics, the Union, Progress, and Democracy grouping and the Ciutadans or Citizens party. In this edition of this vlog, I’ll be analysing who these are, how they came about, the key personalities within these groups, the differences between these groupings, and the effect they will have on Spanish politics, both at a national and regional level.
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