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12:42

National

MPs give approval for lockdown extension amid criticism of PM

SUR

The state of alarm was extended in Spain after a parliamentary vote on Wednesday night. It will now last until at least 11 April. The debate was held in a near-deserted chamber with MPs sending in their votes remotely. Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez ... been calling separately for stricter measures in his region. In his speech, Sánchez justified his decisions and called for "unity and loyalty" from rival politicians. He said that it was a "very difficult balance", as closing more businesses would

16:27

Opinion

Marshalling the forces

Mark Nayler

In a speech on Monday, prime minister Pedro Sánchez implied that it would be irrational for Brussels to refuse his requests for aid in dealing with the economic impact of Covid-19. The Socialist leader has a point: what does the EU think it's for if ... World War II, named after US Secretary of State George Marshall, Sánchez has requested that Brussels implement a "major Marshall Plan". Combined with an emergency package of €200 billion to be provided by his Socialist government, this would give ... the day of writing (Thursday). If we're at war with this fast-moving, destructive virus, to use Sánchez's preferred metaphor, the EU can't be neutral bystander, nor can it be sluggish in launching its counter-attack.

12:36

National

Spanish state of alarm to be extended for two more weeks

PAULA DE LAS HERAS

The state of alarm that began last weekend to curb the spread of coronavirus in Spain is to go on at least until the middle of April. Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez told the presidents of Spain's regions during a videoconference on Sunday morning

15:32

Opinion

First aid

Mark Nayler

On Tuesday, prime minister Pedro Sánchez announced that his government will provide an aid package of €200 billion to deal with the Covid-19 (C19) outbreak in Spain. The next day, during a subdued parliamentary session attended by just a few MPs, ... the Socialist leader called for an emergency budget to deal with the pandemic's economic consequences. Sánchez's rhetoric on both occasions verged on doom-mongering, especially on Wednesday, when he warned that the "worst is still to come" and that ... of people weren't risky enough to cancel. Now, after a week of quasi-dystopian weirdness, we can only dream of taking to the streets with such freedom. On 9 March, Italy was locked down. Less than a week later, Sánchez followed suit, taking the

18:37

LifeStyle

Women who wear grey hair and wrinkles with pride

SOLANGE VÁZQUEZ

Benedicta Sánchez and writer Toti Martínez de Lezea say that even without a voluptuous bosom, heart-stopping curves and perfect skin - and even without teeth! - you can still be a star, a 'visible' person and recognised for your talent. Respected, in fact, ... have something contagious”. “Every wrinkle is a diploma for me. I have learned from experience that you have to accept how things are” Benedicta Sánchez. 84, actress “I don’t mind people calling me old, as long as they do it affectionately,” ... says Benedicta Sánchez. The 84-year-old actress, who won a Goya recently for the film ‘O que arde’, in which she plays the mother of a pyromaniac, speaks with a soft and melodious Galician accent, which changes suddenly when she starts humming an

22:46

National

Prime minister urges against all but necessary travel as he pledges extra funds to fight Covid-19

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As cases of coronavirus approached 3,000 on Thursday, Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez announced a series of measures that the government would be taking to face up to the epidemic, as well as advice to the general public. Following a special Cabinet ... meeting when the measures were passed, Sánchez advised the elderly or chronically ill to stay at home or in a nursing home as a preventive measure. He also said that anyone presenting symptoms should avoid going out into the street. To help relieve the ... strain on the health services (controlled by the regional governments), Sánchez announced a 2.8-billion-euro cash injection. Before this announcement was made, the Andalusian Ministry of Health announced on Wednesday that they had brought in

11:34

National

PM Sánchez meets Catalan leader Torra and both agree to start joint dialogue this month

P. DE LAS HERAS / C. REINO

Although no date is as yet fixed, prime minister Pedro Sánchez and Quim Torra, regional president of Catalonia, agreed on Thursday to start formal roundtable meetings between the national and regional governments to discuss the political future of ... Madrid's parliament earlier this month to allow Sánchez back into power nationally. For the first, opening session of the meetings at least, due to be in February, both Sánchez and Torra will be in the chair. After their one-to-one meeting in ... Barcelona on Thursday, Sánchez said, "We need time and effort. That is a reason to begin the dialogue between the institutions as soon as possible." Amid a storm of criticism from opposition parties, Sánchez defended the need to sit down and break up a

11:59

Local

At least 930 people will be investigated for spreading the Víctor Sánchez del Amo video

SUR

The investigation into the posting of an explicit video of Malaga coach Víctor Sánchez del Amo on social media will look into around 930 people who retweeted it. The court will be investigating each case individually and will focus on those who were ... "most active". Twitter has removed the video and shut down some of the profiles that spread the images. Police in Malaga investigate sex video blackmail at a rate of one case a week Víctor Sánchez del Amo: "Our sacking is totally ... for an investigation to be carried out into all the people and media who had shared the video. The cybercriminals behind the 'sextortion' of Víctor Sánchez del Amo tried to clone his identity on Twitter and pressure him into paying 20,000 euros to

11:59

Sport

Víctor Sánchez del Amo: "Our sacking is totally unjust"

borja gutiérrez / Daryl Finch

Víctor Sánchez del Amo has broken his silence after his sacking as Malaga head coach was announced on Saturday. The 43-year-old held a press conference at the Hotel Sol Melía in Guadalmar on Wednesday afternoon, also attended by David Dóniga,

15:25

Opinion

Keeping everyone happy

Mark Nayler

...unemployment and social inequality. If there's one skill that's going to be key for members of Pedro Sánchez's new leftist government, it's negotiation.

16:09

National

King names Pedro Sánchez as candidate to be prime minister

SUR

...of parliament, Meritxell Batet, announced that the King had said that Pedro Sánchez should be candidate to be PM. Sánchez's PSOE party has the largest number of seats in Congreso after last month's general election but not a majority. MPs will now ... debate and vote on his candidacy, although the date for that is unlikely to be set until the PSOE has exhausted all possibility of winning majority support. Sánchez's party has been talking with the separatist Catalan republican party, ERC, to try to ... win their abstention. He already has agreement with left-wing Unidas Podemos to go into coalition but still needs an abstention or more support. In a press conference on Wednesday, Sánchez blamed opposition parties for not abstaining to allow the

19:12

Opinion

Take my advice

Mark Nayler

Increasing, or at least maintaining, Spain's productivity and competitiveness is one challenge faced by the country's new leftist government. But even more important for the untested team comprised of Pedro Sánchez's Socialists and Pablo Iglesias' ... and abroad, queuing up to tell Sánchez and Iglesias how to go about these fiendishly complex tasks. Are they likely to be listened to? This week saw Spain's Central Bank chief Pablo Hernández de Cos urging the Sánchez-led administration to leave

13:29

National

Pedro Sánchez becomes PM, leading a PSOE-Unidas Podemos left-wing coalition

SUR

After more than eight months in limbo, Spain got its new government at last on Tuesday after an MPs' vote. The leader of the PSOE Socialist party, Pedro Sánchez, won the support of the Congreso in the investiture debate and vote that saw MPs cut ... short their New Year break and start debating last Saturday. By Wednesday Sánchez had been sworn in by King Felipe as prime minister. Fresh rulings on Catalan politicians keep separatism at centre stage The vote was as close as it could have been. ... 167 voted in favour of Sánchez's candidacy, 165 against and there were 18 abstentions. The 120 PSOE MPs were added to the 35 votes of left-wing Unidas Podemos (UP), guaranteed after the post-general-election pact between Sánchez and UP leader Pablo

15:53

Opinion

Taking a short cut

Mark Nayler

Spain's hybrid government has already started splashing the cash, with Socialist premier Pedro Sánchez announcing another hike in the country's minimum wage this week. This is in addition to a 22% increase in the minimum wage made last year, a ... new 2% raise in the salaries of the dreaded "funcionarios" - those overlords of pointless paperwork, always ready to deny you documentation for the most inane reasons - and the pensions boost of 0.9% announced last week. It looks like Sánchez ... test of how well the new Socialist-Podemos arrangement works will be passing a budget - a task which Sánchez, in his first TV interview as Spain's new president this week, promised would be completed "before the end of the summer". And his ability to do

15:58

Sport

No deal reached for compensation package for sacked Malaga coach

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

Former Malaga coach Víctor Sánchez del Amo’s demand for compensation from the club will now go through the courts after a meeting at the Mediation, Arbitration and Conciliation Centres of Malaga (CMAC) on Wednesday failed to yield any results.

12:33

National

Sánchez congratulates Johnson and calls for an "ordered" Brexit that protects citizens' rights

AFP / EFE

Sánchez Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has congratulated Boris Johnson on his victory and stated that he will continue to work towards an "ordered Brexit". "We will continue to work towards an ordered Brexit that guarantees citizens' rights and ... freedoms and gives certainty to the financial sector," he said on Twitter on Friday morning. In his tweet Sánchez also expressed his wish for the future relationship between the Euroepan Union and the United Kingdom to be "as close as possible".

17:52

Sport

Further arrests made in investigation over leaked Víctor video

Juan cano / álvaro frías

The investigation into the leaked sexually explicit video of former Malaga coach Víctor Sánchez del Amo has led to nine arrests in the last few weeks. All of these have been in connection with sharing the video on social media (Whatsapp, Twitter,

12:33

National

Spain's coalition government settles in as new 23-strong Cabinet holds its first meeting

SUR

The new government got to work this week with its first Cabinet meeting on Tuesday. Pedro Sánchez has moved the weekly meetings from Friday and his new-look team came together the day after being sworn in by King Felipe. The fresh Cabinet, with ... 23 members, is one of the biggest in recent history to accommodate the coalition between Sánchez's PSOE and partners Unidas Podemos (UP). The PM has appointed four deputy prime ministers, up from two last time, including Pablo Iglesias, UP leader. ... Four former PSOE ministers left the Cabinet. The overall government is seen as more solid and with more competence in Economics compared to the team from Sánchez's first period as PM in 2018. Commentators added that this is to counter any impression