Two Party System in Spain beyond

Two Party System in Spain beyond

World December 20, 2015 23:14

- The system whereby the conservative People's Party (PP) and the Socialist PSOE determined the Spanish politics, with Sunday's elections past. This appears after counting more than half of the votes cast in the Spanish parliamentary elections on Sunday.

The PP Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy remains the largest, according to the preliminary results, but is on 124 seats in the Spanish lower house of 350 seats.

The socialist PSOE will remain the second party in the country and will launch initially in 96 seats out. The new left-wing party Podemos (We can) with his call for nearly seventy seats won an end to the cuts. The new liberal movement Ciudadanos (Citizens), which insists on fighting corruption and modification of labor, would gain more than thirty seats. The results so far appear to form a coalition, both center-right and a left, very difficult to make.

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