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13:47

LifeStyle

Andalusians voted the best in the bedroom for fifth year running

EFE

...voted best in bed for the fifth year running, after receiving 18 per cent of the votes. The Andalusians are followed by those from the Canary Islands, with 9.6 per cent of the votes, and the Catalonians (9.2 per cent), whilst people from Navarra were ... voted as worst when it comes to sex, receiving only 1.7 per cent of the votes. The survey also reveals other interesting statistics. Threesomes continue to be the top sexual fantasy for young Spaniards, although sex with remote-controlled toys has

15:48

National

Vox does well in the south and almost comes second in Andalucía

SUR

...popular party, with 28% of the vote, and nearer home, in neighbouring Andalucía, the party was within a few votes of beating the PP into second place with 20.39% against 20.54%. On a regional basis in Andalucía, across all eight provinces, 25 seats in

12:02

National

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

SUR

"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 ... appointed in investiture votes in July, or at the latest September, an opinion poll has shown this week that he would win more seats if the general election has to be held again in the autumn.

20:58

Opinion

Back and forward

Mark Nayler

...national votes held in 2019 (the first was on 28 April) resulted in political fragmentation, with no single party possessing anywhere near a parliamentary majority. But this, in itself, is not what's denying Spain a stable government: the real problem is

20:55

Opinion

2020 vision

Peter Edgerton

...wins and the losers are left to look on aghast, scratching their heads incredulously because they've never met anyone who votes differently from them except for that weirdo who lives at number eighty-three with his mother and too many cats. In music,

19:02

Opinion

Rash promises

Mark Nayler

...garnering the votes of other parties. Indeed, it's mainly the ideological inflexibility of their leaders that has denied Spain a stable majority government for the last few years. Rivera's promise to support Sánchez in the next investiture votes, then, is

16:31

National

Catalan government loses majority in separatist split

SUR

...regional government lost a series of votes after lawyers said that the five votes of its MPs who are being investigated over last year's illegal declaration of independence, and who are absent from the regional chamber, couldn't continue to be counted. ... Those MPs refuse to give up their seats to allow replacement MPs to take their place, which ERC wants. The loss of the five votes pushes the separatist parties into a minority.

11:10

Opinion

Smokescreen

Mark Nayler the euro zone

...over as PP leader from Rajoy last June, also said that his party cannot support Sánchez at the upcoming investiture votes; the PSOE, he claimed, stands revealed as "the protagonist of the biggest corruption scandal in the history of Spain" (a

18:18

LifeStyle

25 October 1979: Catalans and Basques choose autonomy

FRANK GAVURIN

...referendums, leading to an abstention rate of just over 40% in both votes. Nevertheless, 90% of Basque voters and 88% of Catalans gave their approval to the new statutes of autonomy. Both regional governments were given extensive devolved powers, with the

14:57

Opinion

The price to pay

Mark Nayler

...week, Sánchez also offered Iglesias what he called a "rigorous system of control" over a minority Socialist government, in an attempt to secure UP's votes in the next investiture vote (due to be held this month). As part of this deliberately ... occupies just 35 seats, is asking for too much. "We don't want votes at our investiture for free," Sánchez told El País newspaper last weekend. Perhaps not; but it seems that he's not willing to pay Iglesias much for them either.

16:06

National

National picture repeated in Malaga province but here PSOE knock PP into third

SUR

Three political parties competing for right-of-cente votes (instead of two parties last time), brought down the share of the conservative Partido Popular (PP) in Malaga province and the Costa del Sol in last Sunday's general election. In recent ... years the PP had been the most popular party locally. Not only did Ciudadanos (Cs), the more centrist of the right-wing parties, gain more overall votes than the PP, but the surge in hard-right Vox took more voters from them. Malaga province ... first time. Could Sunday's result have indicated a political change in our local town halls? Although votes are added up on a provincial constituency level to decide on the 11 local MPs and not council area, an analysis by town hall district

15:57

Opinion

Responsibilities

Rachel Haynes

...subsidies that ate up more than 600 million euros of public funds. Votes and loyalty from the many thousands who benefited from the handouts appear to have been what the politicians who either dealt with, or turned a blind eye to, the illegal system

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

16:06

National

Sánchez weighs up next move after general election win

SUR

...elections. In the middle of these negotiations towards the investiture of a new government, the super Sunday of elections falls on 26 May, with municipal, regional (in most areas) and European votes. It's likely that all parties will keep their cards on pacts ... conclude talks and find a way to get enough MPs' support. The Socialist party candidate must get the votes of 176 MPs (an absolute majority) in a first vote. If that fails, in a second vote within 48 hours the conditions are easier and he needs to come out ... with the most votes when any absentions are ignored. Repeating the general election. If Pedro Sánchez isn't successful in those inital investiture votes, the constitutional clock starts ticking towards new elections, which would be held two months

14:23

Opinion

Communication breakdown

Mark Nayler

...rhetoric of moderation and compromise with regard to Catalan separatists. Apparently, he now hopes that if he ignores them, they'll just go away. This is a bad error of judgement and one that is already costing the Socialists votes, if the latest opinion

13:34

National

Socialists win municipal elections nationally but PP could snatch back Madrid

SUR

Despite the PP not doing as badly as expected, the Socialist PSOE were the overall winners on a national level once all votes in the over 8,000 town hall elections in the country were added up. Regional elections see good results for ... candidacy. However on Wednesday he offered his councillors' votes to either the last mayor Ada Colau, who won 10 seats, or the PSOE party in Catalonia, with eight seats. The move was designed to prevent separatist ERC, with 10 seats, taking over the council

11:17

National

Protests held across Andalucía in defence of equal rights and gender laws

A. M. ROMERO / I. GELIBTER

PSOE party. The vicepresident of the central government in Madrid, Carmen Calvo (PSOE), said that the noisy protest was an exercise in "freedom of expression". The new regional government is supported by the votes of far-right Vox, who have said ... they want to change gender and equality laws and put more emphasis back on the family. Although slight concessions have been made to Vox by the PP to secure their MPs votes in Andalucía, both the PP and Cs have roundly rejected Vox's radical policy.

09:16

National

Regional election shifts Andalucía to the right

SUR

None of the opinion polls had predicted the historic regional election result in Andalucía last Sunday night. A sharp decline in support for the ruling PSOE Socialist party and a drop-off in votes for the left in general gave parties to the right a ... three seats, down to 17 with 16% of votes. Centre-right party, Ciudadanos (Cs), under Juan Marín, more than doubled its seats to 21, with 18 per cent of the vote, and was seen as the success story of the night, close to PP and a rival to lead the ... PSOE, PP and C's four seats each, with three going to Adelante Andalucía and a surprise two to far-right Vox. As in the region as a whole the Socialists won the most votes (24.2%), followed closely by the PP (22.6%) and C's (19.8%). The left-wing

13:29

National

Puigdemont's new seat in Euro chamber raises questions

SUR

...hindrance to standing as a MEP however, and Puigdemont secured enough votes to be one of the two representatives to be sent to the European Parliament by Junts per Catalunya - Lliures per Europa. Ex-regional minister in Catalonia, Toni Comín, also wanted