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España: Dos regiones acuden a votar pese a brotes del virus

2 monthes ago   |   By My Sanantonio

ORDIZIA, España - Más de 4,4 millones de personas en dos regiones del norte de España sufragaron el domingo en las elecciones locales en medio de estrictas medidas de precaución para evitar más brotes de coronavirus.
Las autoridades regionales del País Vasco y de Galicia impidieron que más de 400 personas que dieron positivo a COVID-19 acudieran a votar en persona, por lo que tuvieron que hacerlo vía postal o delegar su voto a alguien más. El voto por correo aumentó en ambas regiones.
La decisión fue respaldada tanto por la junta electoral nacional como por el Tribunal Supremo, los cuales...
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