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Live blog | The #ELPAISDebate, as it happened

Political leaders Pedro Sánchez, Pablo Iglesias and Albert Rivera went head-to-head live on elpais.com last night to discuss their proposals. Prime Minister Rajoy opted not to take part

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Carlos de Vega, moderador del debate, esta misma tarde en el plató.

The candidates look at Rajoy’s empty lectern during the debate. / Claudio Álvarez (EL PAÍS)

On Monday night, EL PAÍS hosted the first Spanish election debate to be broadcast via its website. The pioneering initiative represents a milestone in the history of political debates in Spain, and fired the starting pistol for the race to reach La Moncloa prime ministerial palace for the lead candidates from three of Spain’s major political parties: Pedro Sánchez, of the Socialist Party (PSOE); Albert Rivera, from Ciudadanos; and Pablo Iglesias, from Podemos. EL PAÍS also invited Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, the Popular Party candidate for the election, but he declined to take part.

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