BarcelonaOn December 21, 2017, the headline of the night for Junts per Catalunya was the comeback against all odds. Carles Puigdemont, who had just arrived in exile, won the Left with a list of independent leaders and the PDECat adhoc for the occasion. Three years later, the tandem of Puigdemont and Laura Borràs failed to repeat it and was in third place in a seat of ERC and the PSC. Despite improving expectations from a few months ago, he eventually loses the presidency. At the time of closing this edition, JxCat was in 16 seats (17.91% of the vote) in Barcelona, one less than in 2017; in Tarragona it remained at 4 (19.35%); in Girona he revalidated the victory with 7 seats (32.68% of votes), and in Lleida he managed to be the leading force with 5 deputies (28.04%), despite losing a seat compared to three years ago.
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