The rebel region of Spain that declared itself independent is holding parliamentary elections later this week that will be a major test for pro-independence politicians and parties.Catalonia’s citizens go to the polls Thursday in what is widely seen as the latest test of sentiment in the region but polls show the contest between pro-secessionist and unionist (also known as constitutionalist, pro-Spain) parties is too close to call, leading to a possible hung parliament where no one party has a majority.”It’s crucial to look at who will have a majority and it looks like no one will have a proper majority,” Borja Lasheras, policy fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations and the director of the Madrid Office, told CNBC Tuesday.
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