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Feb 15, 2019
Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez calls snap polls for April after parliament rejects his budget over Catalan secession crisisSpain's prime minister on Friday called an early general election for 28 April, the third in less than four years, after his draft budget was rejected in parliament over the Catalan secession crisis.
Jun 01, 2018
Pedro Sanchez set to become Spain's new prime minister as Mariano Rajoy faces a no confidence votePedro Sanchez will take over as Spain's Prime Minister after the current Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy will face a no confidence vote scheduled on 1 June
May 22, 2017
Spain's Socialist party re-elects fierce govt critic Pedro Sanchez leaderSanchez, a former economics professor ousted in a messy internal rebellion last October, comfortably beat two rivals in a poll of party members
Oct 13, 2016
Donald Trump represents 'nationalist and racist' backlash against globalisation: Thomas PikettyCelebrated French economist Thomas Piketty, the author of an unlikely bestseller on capital, believes Donald Trump represents a "nationalist and racist" backlash against globalisation which must be countered by respect for the radical left's alternative platform.
Dec 21, 2015
Spain elections: Mariano Rajoy's party wins most seats, but loses absolute majorityOutgoing Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said he will try to form a new government after his conservative Popular Party won the most seats in a general election on Sunday but lost its absolute majority.
Dec 21, 2015
Newcomers take on established duo in Spain's parliamentary electionNewcomer parties are expected to make big gains on Sunday against Spain's once-dominant conservatives and Socialists in a parliamentary election.
Dec 14, 2015
Ahead of national elections, weariness and hope divide Spain's residentsThere are deep divisions among voters about their country and its economic fortunes as it approaches a crucial ballot that will decide whether the government will stay conservative, head toward the center or veer sharply left.