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17:31

Opinion

A bad idea

Mark Nayler

...which it was made. It appeared as part of a document signed by the both parties in the government and the radical Basque group EH Bildu last week, a pact which also guaranteed, in exchange for the labour reforms, the latter's abstentions in another vote ... the pact between the Socialists, UP and EH Bildu - a group which has been criticised for not publicly condemning the now-disbanded Basque terrorist group ETA - was only revealed to other parties after last week's congressional debate. It's hard to

13:01

National

Protests grow in parliament and on the street over government’s pandemic handling

SUR

PM Pedro Sánchez failed to get majority support to extend the state of alarm for at least a further month this week. Negotiations with other parties ahead of Wednesday’s debate in Congreso didn’t secure him enough MPs’ votes. In the end, it was ... lockdown. However opposition parties believe it could be used as a cover for avoiding parliamentary scrutiny of other policies and they say other, less draconian, legislation would be just as effective. A woman hits a saucepan in protest in the Madrid

13:36

LifeStyle

'Puerto Banús is for fun, beautiful people who know how to enjoy life'

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

Since its ostentatious opening on 18 May 1970, the luxury marina Puerto José Banús has become a jet-set playground framed with world renowned designer boutiques, stylish bars and restaurants and glamorous nightclubs. The legendary Marbella restaurate

14:21

National

Opposition parties disagree over need for a national pact in Spain

SUR

There was growing ill-feeling between the political parties nationally this week over how to steer the country out of the health crisis and the impending economic crisis. The left-wing government led by Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez wants a ... cross-party deal similar to the historic Moncloa Pacts, wide-ranging social agreements used at the restoration of democracy. However, parties to the right have been reluctant to agree to the idea. Speaking in the first prime minister's questions since the ... crisis, where most MPs listened in remotely, the PM explained why he thought new pacts would be a good idea and complained at opposition parties' reluctance. "Let's hope that a new way of carrying out politics brings with it the general interest and not

15:39

National

Pedro Sánchez defends his exit plan to MPs amid a lack of consensus

SUR

In the aftermath of its announcement of a four-phased plan to end lockdown, the government was yet to build consensus this week with opposition parties and the devolved regional governments across Spain. At Prime Minister's Questions on ... Wednesday, Pedro Sánchez accepted responsibility for any central government errors during thecrisis. However he also asked any regional governments' health services run by opposition parties to engage in some self-criticism. The PM defended an end to ... means-tested scheme. There have been increased calls from regional governments, including those run by nationalist parties that support Sánchez's coalition in Madrid, to return devolved powers suspended during the crisis. No guarantee of support Gabriel

16:10

National

PM Pedro Sánchez talks of the 'new normal' in speech to MPs

SUR

The government won the support of MPs on Wednesday to officially extend the state of alarm. In another virtual session, with most MPs watching at home, the extra government powers first authorised from 15 March will continue until at least 9 May, as

21:18

National

Congreso approves extension of lockdown to 26 April, although restrictions will not end then says PM

SUR

...economic crisis. Montero expressed her disappointment at the EU's failure to agree a common rescue package. "We need help from other countries, that's why Europe was constructed," she said. Ministers are also pushing opposition parties to agree a unified ... approach after lockdown in historic cross-party pacts similar to those reached after the end of Franco's dictatorship. So far, parties on the right have been reluctant to agree to the move.