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Spain: Members of PP collect signatures against Ley Celaá
Shay Conaghan
Pablo Montesinos, Carolina España and Elisa Pérez de Siles, members of Spain's opposition party Partido Popular, answer questions in front of the media during a signature collection act against the new education law, dubbed Ley Celaá.

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  • Pablo Montesinos and Carolina España, of the Partido Popular (PP), listen to a question in front of the media in a signature collection act against the new education law, dubbed Ley Celaá.Pablo Montesinos and Carolina España, of the Partido Popular (PP), listen to a question in front of the media in a signature collection act against the new education law, dubbed Ley Celaá.
  • Carolina España, of Partido Popular with Elisa Pérez de Siles by her side, answers a question in front of the media in a signature collection act against the new education law, dubbed Ley Celaá.Carolina España, of Partido Popular with Elisa Pérez de Siles by her side, answers a question in front of the media in a signature collection act against the new education law, dubbed Ley Celaá.
  • Pablo Montesinos, of Partido Popular with Carolina España and Elisa Pérez de Siles by his side, answers a question in front of the media in a signature collection act against the new education law, dubbed Ley Celaá.Pablo Montesinos, of Partido Popular with Carolina España and Elisa Pérez de Siles by his side, answers a question in front of the media in a signature collection act against the new education law, dubbed Ley Celaá.
  • Carolina España, of Partido Popular with Elisa Pérez de Siles by her side, answers a question in front of the media in a signature collection act against the new education law, dubbed Ley Celaá.Carolina España, of Partido Popular with Elisa Pérez de Siles by her side, answers a question in front of the media in a signature collection act against the new education law, dubbed Ley Celaá.

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