14th December 2019

Podemos

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Pedro Sánchez asked by Felipe VI to form government – but can he?

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Acting Spanish prime minister Pedro Sánchez, the leader of the Socialists (PSOE) party, has been given the go ahead to form a new government by King
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Spanish Parliament reconvenes, yet still no government

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The Spanish Parliament reconvened on Tuesday, with MPs who won seats in the general election of 10 November taking the oath – yet still without a majority
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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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Pedro Sánchez confident he can secure support to form government

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Spain’s acting prime minister Pedro Sánchez said on Wednesday that he is confident that a ‘full capacity’ government can be formed ‘in the next few weeks’,
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Pedro Sánchez and Pablo Iglesias reach pre-agreement for coalition government

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Acting Spanish prime minister Pedro Sánchez (PSOE) and Pablo Iglesias, leader of Podemos, have reached a pre-agreement to form a coalition government in Spain, following
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Number-crunching: who will Pedro Sánchez pact with (if anyone)?

Daniel Schwartz
Only one of the major parties competing for votes in Spain’s 10 November general election ought to be happy. The far-right Vox, which had no
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Final results: PSOE win, far-right Vox 3rd largest party, Cs party decimated

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The Socialists (PSOE) led by Pedro Sánchez won Spain’s fourth General Election in four years on Sunday, winning 120 seats (compared to 123 won in the April election),  but
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Opinion: Will the Basques be next?

Ben Wray
Ask Basques about whether they were shocked by the scale of the police brutality and judicial repression of the Catalan independence movement in recent weeks,
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Latest poll predicts big win for socialists (PSOE) in Spain

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With another general election in Spain on 10 November – the fourth in four years – the latest poll by the CIS public research institute
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Franco removed, but ‘Francoism still very present’ argue many

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‘Today, Spain is fulfilling its duty to itself,’ said acting Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, on Thursday, as the remains of the late dictator Francisco