The far-right party supports plans to deport all undocumented migrants, and want to shut down what they describe as ‘fundamentalist’ mosques.

Santiago Abascal, leader and presidential candidate of Spain's far-right party VOX, speaks at a rally in Toledo, Spain, April 11, 2019.
Santiago Abascal, leader and presidential candidate of Spain's far-right party VOX, speaks at a rally in Toledo, Spain, April 11, 2019. (Reuters)

Spain's far-right Vox party is now the country's fifth largest political party in just six years.

They support bullfighting, plans to deport all undocumented migrants, and want to shut down what they describe as ‘fundamentalist’ mosques.

This is all part of a 'rise nationalist' sentiment, after the Catalan region’s failed independence attempt a year and a half ago.

TRT World's Shamim Chowdhury reports.