23rd July 2024

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Yolanda Díaz resigns as head of left-wing Sumar group

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Yolanda Díaz, number three in Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez’s government, resigned on Monday as head of the government’s left-wing junior coalition partner Sumar, following a
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Controversial Catalan amnesty law gets final approval in Spanish Congress

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The Spanish Congress voted on Thursday to give final approval to a controversial amnesty law for dozens of Catalan pro-independence activists and politicians involved in
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Puigdemont will still seek to become Catalan president, despite ‘pro-Spain win’

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Former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont said on Monday that he would seek to form a pro-independence minority government in Catalonia despite a weekend electoral setback which
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Catalan pro-independence parties lose majority, as PSC socialists win elections

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Catalan pro-independence parties have lost their decade-long hold of power in Catalonia as the pro-union socialist PSOE party – the Catalan Socialists (PSC) in the
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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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Basque elections: PNV survives rise of EH Bildu, and retains absolute majority with PSE-EE

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The separatist left-wing coalition EH Bildu celebrated a historic result in the Basque Country’s regional elections on Sunday, but it won’t be enough for them
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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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Thousands protest in central Madrid over government’s Catalan amnesty bill

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Thousands of people protested in Madrid on Saturday, demanding the resignation of socialist (PSOE) Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez. They were protesting a controversial amnesty bill that the