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13:36

National

PSOE party comes top in Spain's European election vote

ÁLVARO SOTO

Until last weekend Josep Borrell, currently Spain's acting foreign minister, had been the last person to head a Socialist party list in European elections when the party had won the biggest share of the vote. That was back in 2004 and last Sunday ... history repeated itself. The PSOE, with Borrell once again heading the electoral list, won the 2019 European elections in Spain with 20 MEPs and 32 per cent of the vote. The Partido Popular (PP), winners last time, managed to hold on to second place with ... 12 seats in Brussels (20 per cent). They avoided being overtaken by Ciudadanos, who won seven seats and 12 per cent of the vote, as the PP had feared. Puigdemont's new seat in Euro chamber raises questions Behind them came Unidas

12:07

Local

No-confidence vote ousts mayor before upcoming election

FERNANDO TORRES

A court sentence, two clarification requests, various legal reports, an order to comply and a final ultimatum from a judge. All this was needed for a no-confidence vote in Alhaurín el Grande's mayor to be carried out that was started then stopped in ... with her councillors to the conservative PP whip. The court had ordered the no-confidence vote be finally carried out after the original one was suspended by Ledesma in a complicated row over voting procedure. One of Ledesma's councillors had defected ... away from the party and had joined with left-wing parties to give a majority against the sitting mayor. The vote finally went ahead last Saturday, over two years later, in an explosive atmosphere in the council chamber. The Izquierda Unida's Teresa

11:50

National

Catalan 'rebels' told they can be in Euro vote

SUR.

...ministers, Toni Comín and Clara Ponsatí, can now stand in the 26 May vote. Both the Supreme Court and Constitutional Court have said that, as they haven't been found guilty of anything, it is not up to them to stop the candidacies.

10:52

Local

Marbella mayor encourages residents to turn out to vote

Héctor Barbotta

The mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, has encouraged foreign residents in the town to exercise their right to vote in the council elections on 26 May. At a meeting held with residents' associations in Las Chapas on Wednesday, Muñoz, who is again the ... Partido Popular's candidate for mayor, explained that only just over ten per cent of the more than 40,000 foreign residents registered in the town had expressed their intention to vote before the deadline at the end of January. This figure - 4,258 - is ... still double the registered foreign voters four years ago, Muñoz pointed out. Now it is important, said the mayor, for the residents who have registered to vote to turn out on ballot day. "We want people to get involved; if they live here, pay their

14:45

Opinion

Tempting, but not worth a jail sentence

Jennie Rhodes

Having written off being able to vote in the European Parliament elections ever again after the June 2016 referendum, imagine my joy when it turned out that I would have one last opportunity to do so before Brexit, as the UK government failed to ... reach an agreement over Theresa May's Withdrawal Agreement in time. I was straight on the phone to my local authority back in the UK to make sure I was still registered to vote. I was. My ballot paper was duly posted to Spain and I wasted no time in ... country; the UK always votes on a Thursday while many other European countries favour Sunday. In Spain they're taking place on Sunday at the same time as the local elections. Any EU citizen has the right to vote in EP elections, either in their home

12:58

Gibraltar

Gibraltar goes to the polls for the EU elections

Debbie Bartlett

Electing the members of the European Parliament is still quite a novel experience for voters in Gibraltar, because although the Rock joined the EU (EEC) with the UK in 1973, its people were not able to vote in EU elections until 2004, and then only ... after a legal battle. It was after the European Parliament election of 1994 that a British resident of Gibraltar, Denise Matthews, lodged a complaint with the European Court of Human Rights, saying that as a UK citizen her right to vote had been ... to vote, is different for many reasons, not least because it is taking place with Brexit in the background. Nobody knows whether the elected MEPs will be able to take their seats or whether the British parliament will approve the withdrawal agreement

17:51

Local

Spain goes to the polls again on a super Sunday of elections

SUR

Spain goes to the polls again on Sunday (26 May) for the second time in under a month. With the general election out of the way, this time it is a triple vote in some areas of the country for new councillors, new regional parliaments and Euro MPs. ... their Euro MPs. There is no regional vote here as this was held in Andalucía last year. Politicians have been campaigning hard ahead of the important votes and before the day of reflection tomorrow, Saturday, when campaigning is banned. April's ... general election yielded an increase in MPs for the PSOE and a split in the right-wing vote, with the conservative Partido Popular (PP) losing ground, and commentators are keen to see if the same pattern could be repeated this coming Sunday. Monday was

17:34

Local

A very international election

SUr in English

Spain goes to the polls again this Sunday, 26 May, for the second time in under a month. With the general election out of the way, this time it is a triple vote in some areas of the country for new councillors, new regional parliaments and Euro MPs. ... can vote in Spain in national and regional elections, many people of other nationalities living in the country can vote in the municipal elections, providing they were registered on the electoral roll. There are municipal voting rights agreements for ... all EU countries, as well as for Bolivia, Cape Verde, Chile, Colombia, Korea, Ecuador, Iceland, Trinidad and Tobago, Norway, New Zealand, Paraguay and Peru. Foreign voters Candidates to be mayor have been courting the vote of foreign residents as