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10:36

National

Spain prepares for a repeat general election as PSOE fails to gather enough support

SUR

There has been no agreement between the Socialist PSOE party and left-wing Unidas Podemos to help form a new government. PSOE leader and acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez faced a difficult PM questions session on Wednesday, when all parties ... 24th) both upper and lower houses of the Madrid parliament will be dissolved and a fresh national general election called for November 10th. On Tuesday this week, Sánchez met with the King who, as expected, failed to designate him again as candidate to ... be PM, knowing that he didn't have enough support among MPs. Sánchez attacked other parties for failing to support his MPs with a majority or abstaining. The leader of Unidas Podemos, Pablo Iglesias, was accused of being "dogmatic" after Iglesias

09:35

Sport

Cristhian Stuani goal edges it for Girona in a game of few chances

Daryl Finch

The lack of resources available to Malaga was put into sharp focus on Sunday as the Blue and Whites struggled to get close to the opposition goal against recently-relegated Girona at a wet Montilivi. 1 Girona Stuani (30') 0 Malaga G

12:50

National

Barclay hopes strong links with Spain will continue after Brexit

SUR IN ENGLISH/EP

Brexit, given that nobody wants a no-deal option. However, he repeated that the UK must present specific proposals and stressed that for Pedro Sánchez's government the protected rights of Spanish citizens in UK and British citizens in Spain are an

10:45

Opinion

Set to repeat

Mark Nayler

...held on April 28th, yielded a result that was almost certain to trigger a repeat election. Yet by calling Spaniards to the polls again, probably on November 10th, acting Socialist prime minister Pedro Sánchez still won't gain the majority in congress ... bemused electorate. Unless (and one can always hope) the lessons of the last few years have finally started to sink in. Perhaps the only surprising thing about all of this is that Sánchez is hoping that the repeat election will increase his support ... nowhere near enough to enable them to rule without the support of other parties. This means that Sánchez is likely to turn again to Pablo Iglesias, leader of the leftist group Unidas Podemos, in an attempt to secure support for a minority Socialist

15:36

National

Sánchez urged by all sides to try harder to gain MPs' support to be voted in as PM

SUR

As politicians retreated to their families and their summer holidays this week, calls were continuing for acting Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, to find a way to win enough MPs' support to be sworn in as leader of a new government in September. If no ... continues to want positions in a coalition government with Sánchez's larger PSOE party. But the PSOE is holding out for a simpler, support agreement only, with the hope of Sánchez being able to govern alone. Earlier this week, the conservative Partido ... Popular appeared to open a door to it abstaining to allow the PSOE to govern alone if Sánchez stood aside, and it has not ruled out trying to form its own minority coalition with Ciudadanos.

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.

18:06

National

Pedro Sánchez fails to win support of MPs to form next government

SUR

...madrid. Spain's MPs will go into their summer breaks without having chosen a new prime minister. Pedro Sánchez, PSOE Socialist party leader, didn't secure enough votes in two rounds of voting this week in the Madrid Congreso after failing to gain ... the support of left-wing Unidas Podemos (UP) for his candidacy. FIRST VOTE RESULT Absolute majority required. In Tuesday's first vote by MPs in Congreso, Pedro Sánchez failed to win the 176 votes needed in the 350-seat chamber. Votes in favour. ... changed its 'no' votes to abstentions. Sánchez will now try to keep negotiating with parties ahead of a 23 September constitutional deadline for any other attempted investiture. But on Thursday lunchtime, after the second stage of the two-vote process,

15:09

Opinion

What to do?

Mark Nayler

I wrote here last week that acting prime minister Pedro Sánchez seemed to be the only Spanish politician willing to work through the summer to resolve Spain's political deadlock. I spoke too soon, because on Saturday the PSOE leader headed to ... Huelva's Doñana National Park with his family for a summer holiday. Skimming over my premature optimism, and before we all disappear into the Malaga feria for a few days of unrestrained hedonism, let's take a look at the tasks awaiting Sánchez at the ... will be any more successful than the last. Talks broke down before the summer break because Iglesias was demanding important cabinet positions for UP members, such as control of the Labour Ministry, which Sánchez is unwilling to grant. The PSOE

15:24

National

Royals take annual holiday in Mallorca

SUR IN ENGLISH

...prestigious Copa del Rey regatta. On Wednesday, he held a meeting at the palace with acting PM, Pedro Sánchez, and in the evening, with the Queen, gave a reception in Palma, shaking hands with over 600 guests in the welcome line.