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15:48

National

Pedro Sánchez triumphs again but it's not enough to end the deadlock

SUR

...almost comes second in Andalucía As last April, the PSOE was the biggest party on Sunday, gaining 120 seats in the 360-seat Congreso, down from 123 last time. This was 28% of the total vote for acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez's party, with an ... election night, Pedro Sánchez said he would try to form a "progressive" and "stable" government, a formula that still depends on Unidas Podemos and Catalan nationalist support or abstention. Pablo Iglesias of UP, in his speech after the results, extended ... the offer of a "progressive" coalition to Pedro Sánchez once again and lamented the rise of the far right. Speaking at his party's headquarters, Vox's Abascal said, "Voters on the right can now afford to vote for Vox, and it is not a wasted vote."

15:08

Opinion

Agreeing to disagree

Mark Nayler

Is there anyone out there who isn't fed up with the photos of Pedro Sánchez and Pablo Iglesias, standing side-by-side and grinning robotically after signing their governing pact this week? Yes, they're making an effort to resolve the political ... deadlock that Sunday's election looked set to continue, but two questions now arise. First, if it was so easy for Sánchez's Socialists (the PSOE) and Iglesias' leftist Unidas Podemos (UP) to collaborate this time, why didn't they do so after the 28 April ... that's already clear is that the deputy prime ministerial positions in the proposed PSOE-UP setup will be very different from each other. In a move clearly intended to assuage Brussels, Sánchez announced that acting Economy minister Nadia Calviño, Budget

12:18

National

Weakened left moves quickly to try to govern with deal between PSOE and UP

SUR

...immediately. Vox does well in the south and almost comes second in Andalucía Pedro Sánchez triumphs again but it's not enough to end the deadlock On Tuesday, less than 48 hours after the election, the two leaders, Pedro Sánchez and the UP's ... However the PSOE and UP together are only 155 seats of the 176 majority required, and acting Prime Minister Sánchez will need the support of the MPs from other, smaller parties in order to be sworn in as PM, or at least secure their abstention. Key could ... Sunday's vote, commentators suggested that the conservative PP could either form a grand coalition with its Socialist enemies to get a government moving or abstain to help the PSOE to minority power. So the speed of the Iglesias- Sánchez deal took most by

14:23

Opinion

Communication breakdown

Mark Nayler

Calviño's boss, Socialist leader Pedro Sánchez, has been unable to do in the six months that have elapsed since the last general election? Since nine leading Catalan separatists received prison sentences of between nine and thirteen years on 14 October ... (for their roles in arranging the 2017 independence referendum), Sánchez has received intense criticism from the Spanish right, which wants him to more explicitly condemn Catalonia's independence movement and the protests - some violent - that have ... as does his refusal to grant the imprisoned politicians an amnesty. Sánchez has also repeatedly said that there will be no legal referendum on Catalan independence - let alone a legitimate declaration of secession from the rest of Spain - so long as

15:55

Gibraltar

Gibraltar government congratulates PSOE but has a warning for Vox

Debbie Bartlett

...minister, Fabian Picardo, who is head of the Gibraltar Socialist Labour Party and governs in a coalition with the Gibraltar Liberal Party, wrote to congratulate PSOE Pedro Sánchez on his victory. In a statement, Picardo said: "The fact that the PSOE is

15:10

Opinion

Votes and wallets

Héctor Barbotta

The pact announced between the PSOE and Unidas Podemos to try to ensure Pedro Sánchez's investiture as prime minister (he will still need another 21 seats) has been enough to take Vox and its spectacular results out of the news headlines, for the

19:02

Opinion

Rash promises

Mark Nayler

In a TV interview on Wednesday, acting prime minister Pedro Sánchez promised to have a new budget approved by next March. It's a sensitive issue for the Socialist leader, as Spain's last general election was triggered by his inability to secure ... approval for the 2019 spending plan. Sánchez, desperate to strengthen his grip on power, knows that passing a budget is a basic test of a leadership's competence, and one that his party failed the last time around. He also hopes that the next national vote, ... due on November 10th, will result in a "government with full powers" as early as December. Sánchez's budget promise seems rash - the kind of pledge that sounds impressive on TV, but that proves impossible to adhere to later on. Even if, as the polls

12:06

National

Sánchez suggests a Portuguese or Danish model in order to be next PM

SUR

The leader of the Socialist PSOE party and acting prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, has once again blamed opposition parties for the failure of his investiture as new prime minister. He has asked them for "responsibility" and "reflection" to help ... smooth the way towards a new government following the example of other countries such as Portugal or Denmark. In both these countries the Socialists govern alone but with support from other left-wing parties, an option that Sánchez is pushing for after ... losing last week's vote by MPs. Sánchez leads the largest party but not a majority and if no new government is voted on by MPs before 23 September, new elections will be needed. However, opinion polls show that few in Spain want a repeat election.