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افتراضي Pedro S?nchez again falls short of a majority in Spain’s election

IN SEPTEMBER Pedro S?nchez, Spain’s acting prime minister, said that if he agreed to a coalition between his Socialists and Podemos, a farther-left party, he “wouldn’t sleep at night”. Two months later, just hours after an election on November 10th in which both parties lost ground while the hard right surged, Mr S?nchez and Pablo Iglesias, Podemos’s leader, signed an outline agreement to form Spain’s first coalition government since the 1930s. Many details are lacking and the deal is not itself enough to guarantee a majority in Congress. But after their fourth general election in as many years, Spaniards may be spared a fifth, at least for a couple of years.

The Socialists have emerged again as the largest party, but with only 120 of the 350 seats in Congress, down three on the previous vote in April. Podemos lost seven seats (two to a splinter party). Between them, the pair mustered almost 1.4m fewer votes, partly because turnout fell by six points and partly because of continuing fragmentation, as an unprecedented 16 parties won seats in Congress.



The big change was that Vox, a hard-right Spanish nationalist party, surged into third place with 15% of the vote. Its rise came partly at the expense of Ciudadanos, a rudderless formerly centrist party, which was almost wiped out. Albert Rivera, its founding leader,...
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