Political deadlock remains in Spain as far-right surge blunts socialists’ election win
Monday, 11 November 2019 Spain's fourth election in four years produced Sunday an inconclusive victory for the ruling socialist PSOE party of incumbent Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and gave a fillip to the far-right, while deepening the country's political stalemate.No obvious governing majority emerged from the vote. Spain used to have stable politics, but this has been upended by the rise of new parties and a separatist crisis in the north-western Catalonia region.With results in from more than 99 per cent of polling… ......
Seven months later, the Spaniards have returned to the polls. However, after the November 10 election, the possible majorities in the Spanish Parliament have become even more complicated. According to..
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