Spain’s Socialist Party, led by Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, wins Catalonia’s regional election as pro-independence parties lose support.

Former Spanish health minister Salvador Illa’s Catalan Socialist Party (PSC) gains seats, while support for independence drops.

Despite the Socialist victory, forming a government may be challenging, requiring alliances with other parties.

The outcome reflects shifting political dynamics in Catalonia, with nationalist parties losing ground and conservative and far-right parties gaining traction.

Source: Adapted from BBC News.

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