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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.

12:02

National

Pablo Iglesias holds out for coalition government with Pedro Sánchez's PSOE

SUR

The leader of Unidas Podemos, Pablo Iglesias, launched a new offer of a coalition government to the leader of the PSOE, Pedro Sánchez, on Wednesday. Sánchez needs the support of the MPs of left-wing Unidas Podemos to be voted in as prime minister ... "government of cooperation" and not a coalition government with Unidas Podemos. Sánchez will meet with leaders of the different parties again next week to try to find a way to get the votes or abstention he needs. In the event that Sánchez fails to be

16:38

National

Pedro Sánchez still searching for way to win MPs' vote on next PM

SUR

It looked increasingly likely this week that Pedro Sánchez, winner of April's general election with his PSOE party, would not secure a majority of MPs' votes to be the next prime minister in July's investiture debate in the Congreso. Sánchez, who ... is acting PM in the meantime, has been in negotiations with Unidas Podemos to add the support of its MPs to his own 123. Sánchez wants a government of collaboration, with second-level ministerial jobs going to some Unidas Podemos members. However, ... week that they believed Sánchez would fail in the July vote and renegotiate with them to secure a government in another, September 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

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

10:44

National

Sánchez sets date for snap general election: 28 April

Spain's prime minister Pedro Sánchez has called a snap general election for 28 April. Sánchez failed to get enough votes in the Congreso in support of Spain’s delayed 2019 budget this week and the country went immediately onto general election ... negotiations. The move has led to Sánchez's decision to go back to the polls. The date, Sunday 28 April, has the advantage of fitting with the legal timetable for calling elections while avoiding Easter. Also it steers clear of European, municipal and some ... regional elections on 26 May. While a few called for a super-Sunday vote in May, Sánchez was believed to feel it is in the interests of his Socialist PSOE party to keep the general election separate. Opinion poll trackers show that Sánchez’s party is