21st May 2024

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Catalan pro-independence parties lose majority, as PSC socialists win elections

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Catalan pro-independence parties have lost their decade-long hold of power in Catalonia as the pro-union socialist PSOE party – the Catalan Socialists (PSC) in the
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Sánchez excludes Podemos MPs from new cabinet, that has more women than men

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Recently re-elected socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez announced his new Spanish cabinet on Monday, and which excludes any ministerial posts for members of his previous
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Socialist Jaume Collboni becomes the new Barcelona mayor

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Jaume Collboni, the Catalan socialist (PSC) candidate for the city of Barcelona in the 28 May local elections, has become the mayor of Spain’s second city, despite
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Pedro Sánchez names his cabinet: four deputy PMs and 18 other ministers

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Spain’s Socialist (PSOE) Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, officially re-elected on Tuesday 7 January, announced his full new coalition cabinet on Sunday, which includes left-wing Podemos head
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ERC reject investiture of Sánchez without agreed negotiation

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The Catalan pro-independence parties remain key to the possible investiture of Spain’s acting Socialist (PSOE) prime minister Pedro Sánchez in the role yet again, following on from
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As investiture debate continues, coalition still uncertain

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The main pro-independence party in the Spanish Congress, the Esquerra Republicana (ERC) party, extended its hand to Pedro Sánchez during the parliamentary debate to name him as
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Pedro Sánchez to form new Spanish Government

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Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez is to form a new government in Spain, after receiving and accepting the order from Felipe VI to be the