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20:16

National

Swearing in of MPs takes place in parliament but no agreement on government yet

SUR

The official swearing-in ceremony for MPs in the country's new parliament took place on Tuesday. During the day's events, the speaker was chosen and the MPs (diputados) swore allegiance. Now that parliament has officially opened for business ... in an investiture vote. There was a sense of deja vu during Tuesday's swearing-in, as the parliament had only last been opened in May, before the failure to form a government had forced Spain back to the polling booths this autumn. There was the

14:08

National

PSOE still negotiating power as holidays near

SUR.

The negotiations between the PSOE party, winners of last month's general election, and ERC, separatist Catalan republicans, continued this week. It is hoped ERC will abstain in an investiture vote in parliament to allow PSOE leader, Pedro Sánchez,

15:35

National

Basque Country and Galicia to go to polls this spring

SUR

...bring forward regional elections to that date to "avoid three election dates" in Spain this year. Catalonia is also due to go to the polls soon to elect a new regional parliament but the date is still unknown. The Basque Region is currently governed

15:00

National

Final campaigning under way before this Sunday's general election

NEIL HESKETH

...commentators were divided over which of the five leaders did best. One thing they did agree on was that the debate, and the campaign itself, hadn't really shifted public opinion and that Spain was heading for a hung parliament once again after Sunday's vote.

18:14

Opinion

Status anxiety

Mark Nayler

...region's parliament decided to uphold a provisional ruling by the Spanish Supreme Court that strips Torra of his role as a regional MP, the answer is not so clear. Although Torra's alleged "offence" was innocuous in itself (he failed to remove ... 2019) to the Spanish Supreme Court and, most recently, the Catalan parliament. Bizarrely, the latter's decision to uphold the Supreme Court's ruling doesn't necessarily mean that Torra has to step down as Catalan president. According to the country's ... highest court, which has yet to give its definitive ruling on Torra's appeal, that's up to the Catalan parliament. Yet the reaction of the regional congress to Torra's defiant speech this week - in which he refused to give up his seat and announced a

15:09

National

UK parliament votes to ringfence citizens' rights, regardless of deal

Jennie Rhodes

...later emerged that a parliament convention expects any MP with a parliamentary title to resign from their post in order to table an amendment to any bill. Speaking in the House of Commons after his amendment had been passed, the anti-Brexit MP, who is