Neither the rightist nor the leftist political bloc was likely to win a clear majority in Spain’s parliamentary election on Sunday.
With 95% of votes counted, the Socialists of acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez led with an estimated 120 seats in the 350-seat lower house. It was followed by the conservative People’s Party, with 88 seats. The far-right Vox was the third largest party with an estimated 52 seats. Center-right Ciudadanos were seen winning 10 seats while far-left Unidas Podemos fetched 26 seats.