28th September 2022

Spain General Election

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Spain’s main opposition party, PP, wins absolute majority in Andalusia election

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Spain’s main opposition party, the right-wing People’s Party (PP), won a resounding victory on Sunday in the elections held in Andalusia, the country’s most populous
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Pedro Sánchez has to wait until second round vote on Tuesday

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Acting Spanish prime minister and Socialist (PSOE) leader Pedro Sánchez will now have to wait until Tuesday and the second round of votes in the Spanish
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Pedro Sánchez still on course (just) to be voted in as PM

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A fierce three-day debate commenced in the Spanish Congress on Saturday, with the Socialist (PSOE) leader and Spain’s acting prime minister Pedro Sánchez still on
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Pedro Sánchez and Pablo Iglesias set out coalition agreement

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Spain’s acting prime minister Pedro Sánchez, leader of the Socialist (PSOE) party, and Pablo Iglesias, leader of the Podemos party, presented their coalition agreement on Monday, still hoping
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Pedro Sánchez finally speaks to Quim Torra again – by telephone

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Acting Spanish prime minister Pedro Sánchez has finally spoken again to Catalan president Quim Torra – the first time since the Spanish Supreme Court sentenced nine
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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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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’,