19th January 2020

Spanish Government

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Amid controversy, Dolores Delgado set to become Attorney General

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The Spanish General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ), a constitutional council that oversees the Spanish judiciary, has backed the nomination of the former socialist (PSOE) justice
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The new Spanish coalition cabinet gets to work

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Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, officially re-elected on Tuesday 7 January, presided over his first new coalition cabinet meeting in Madrid on Tuesday, together with his
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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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Pedro Sánchez, Quim Torra finally speak – and will meet in coming days

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Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, officially re-elected on Tuesday, has held a telephone conversation of approximately seven minutes with the Catalan president Quim Torra, and they
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Over 3,000 security personnel to ensure ‘El Clásico’ goes ahead

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Over 3,000 security guards will be deployed for today’s El Clásico match between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, following the plans of the pro-independence protest group Tsunami Democràtic to stage
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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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Opinion: Will the Basques be next?

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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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The far-right and Catalonia mark the end of the election campaign

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Spanish political parties concluded a short but intensive campaign on Friday in preparation for the country’s general election on Sunday 10 November – the fourth
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No Catalan independence ‘offline or online’, warns Pedro Sánchez

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There will be no Catalan independence ‘offline or online,’ acting Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, warned on Thursday, ahead of a cabinet meeting to pass