23rd October 2021

Podemos

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Pedro Sánchez booed on Spain’s National Day, with shouts to resign

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Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez was booed and jeered by members of the public on Tuesday, when he arrived for Spain’s National Day parade in Madrid.
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Sánchez and Aragonès resume talks, despite ‘radically different’ views

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Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez met with the Catalan President Pere Aragonès in Barcelona on Wednesday – at the start of resuming ‘dialogue’ between the two governments on resolving the Catalan
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Spain suspends Barcelona airport expansion plans due to lack of support from Catalan government

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The Spanish government and Aena, the country’s airport authority, have suspended a €1.7 billion investment plan to expand Barcelona El Prat airport, due to lack of
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Pedro Sánchez reshuffles his cabinet

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Spanish socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez announced a reshuffle of his cabinet ministers on Saturday, for the first time since the left-wing PSOE–Podemos coalition came to
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Pardons for jailed Catalan leaders expected soon, despite fierce opposition

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With the Spanish coalition government (PSOE–Podemos) led by socialist Pedro Sánchez currently considering granting pardons to the nine jailed pro-independence Catalan leaders, Spain’s right-wing and far-right opposition
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Isabel Díaz Ayuso sweeps to victory in the Madrid election

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Updated at 23.10h on Tues 4 May Isabel Díaz Ayuso of the right-wing People’s Party (PP) has swept to victory in the Madrid elections held
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Spain’s Interior Minister and left-wing leader receive death threat letters with bullets

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Spain’s Interior Minister, Fernando Grandes-Marlaska, as well as the prominent leader of the left-wing Podemos group, Pablo Iglesias, have received death threat letters containing bullets, Iglesias has said.