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(From EFE News Service)
Madrid, Oct 31 (EFE).- The lower house of the Spanish legislature approved a new bilateral defense agreement with the United States Thursday.
The eight-year pact, renewable for another eight, was signed in April by both governments. It received 275 votes, including those of the ruling conservative Popular Party (PP) and the Socialist Party, with nine representatives from leftist groups voting against it.
United Left (IU) representative Jose Luis Centella said during the session that Spain could not allow "intelligence services from another country a free rein in our country without being held accountable to anyone but their …