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Sánchez bets big on women in Spanish campaign

  • The ruling Socialists have strong feminist credentials, but an anti-feminist party is on the rise.

MADRID — Pedro Sánchez made feminism a banner as soon as he became prime minister nine months ago, and now he’s doubling down on women’s votes to keep him in office after Spain’s election on April 28.

  • Diego Torres
  • Politico

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