Madrid, Nov 10: Spain is scheduled to vote for the fourth general election on Sunday in as many years.
After April's vote this year, acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE), won the most seats. But after failing to rally enough support to form a government, he announced a fresh vote in September, reported Al Jazeera. The country has been struggling to form a stable government since 2015 as voting is being overshadowed by unrest in Catalonia and the rise of the far-right Vox party.
Voting on Sunday is expected to open at 9am and close at 8pm local time.
Exit polls, which are banned until voting ends, are expected within minutes of polls closing. By 9pm, results will start to come in. (UNI)