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Eoghan Gilmartin

Eoghan Gilmartin is a writer and translator who covers Spanish politics for Tribune and Jacobin.

Spain’s Divided Left

After April’s general election it looked like Spain would have its first left-wing coalition government since the 1930s. Instead, the country heads to new elections with the Left more divided than ever.

Spain At a Crossroads

Eighty years after the civil war, Spain is deeply divided between left and right once again. Today’s election will determine whether its future is one of progress or reaction.

The Battle for Spain’s Soul

Tomorrow’s Spanish election pits an increasingly hardline right-wing against the country’s Left in a fight over the future. Unidos Podemos MP Alberto Garzón discusses the polarised political landscape.