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Spain’s main parties agree on renewing constitutional court judges

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MADRID, Oct 14 (Reuters) – Spain’s ruling Socialist social gathering has reached an settlement with the main opposition People’s Party to resume the line-up of the Constitutional Court, paving the best way to ending a years-long stalemate, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez’s workplace mentioned on Thursday.

The approval of the judges for the highest court requires a three-fifths majority in parliament.

The two parties additionally agreed on renewing prime jobs on the Ombudsman’s workplace, the Audit Court and the National Data Protection Agency, Sanchez’s workplace mentioned in a press release.

Reporting by Belen Carreno and Inti Landauro, enhancing by Andrei Khalip

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