Spain's fractured political landscape in focus as Andalusia votes

March 22, 2015 10:46 AM

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SEVILLE, Spain (Reuters) - An election in Spain's Andalusia region on Sunday is expected to provide the first real test for two new parties after a profound economic and political crisis has exposed the weaknesses of the country's two-party system.

With a general election expected before the end of the year, regional and local elections in May and a vote in independence-minded Catalonia in September, Sunday's vote will provide the first hard evidence of political change as economic recovery gathers pace, leaving millions of jobless behind.

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