13th July 2024

Félix Bolaños

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‘Stay, Pedro! Don’t give up!’ – Thousands of Spanish PM’s supporters take to the streets

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Thousands of supporters of Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez rallied at the headquarters of his socialist (PSOE) party on Saturday, imploring him not to step
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Pedro Sánchez to announce on Monday whether he will continue as Prime Minister

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Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said on Wednesday that he will consider resigning after the launch of a judicial investigation into accusations by a right-wing legal
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Spanish government ‘absolutely rejects’ latest proposal for Catalan independence referendum

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The Spanish government has been quick to reject a new proposal for a Catalan independence referendum put forward by the current Catalan president, Pere Aragonès of
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Controversial Amnesty Law passed in Congress, will now proceed to Senate

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Spanish MPs on Thursday approved a controversial amnesty law for Catalan pro-independence figures with their figurehead Carles Puigdemont already mulling his return after years of self-imposed exile
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Spanish government tweaks terrorism clauses in draft amnesty law

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Spain’s ruling PSOE socialists and Catalan pro-independence parties reached a deal on Tuesday to amend a planned amnesty law that was pledged by Prime Minister Pedro
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Fragility of Spain’s new coalition government exposed in first key vote

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Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez on Wednesday suffered a setback in the first key parliamentary vote of the new legislature, exposing the fragility of his
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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