Country’s third general election in less than four years comes after national budget rejected

Spain’s prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, has called a snap election for 28 April after Catalan secessionists joined rightwing parties in rejecting the socialist government’s national budget earlier in the week.

The country’s third general election in less than four years was seen as an inevitability following Sánchez’ defeat on Wednesday.

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