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If approved, Prime Minster Pedro Sanchez said it would be the last state of emergency.
With Unidas Podemos in the ruling coalition, Spain's position towards Venezuela has become slightly less clear-cut.
You've never heard of him but Tomas Guitarte had the power to make or break the Spanish ruling coalition.
This is the first coalition government since Spain's transition to democracy after the regime of Francisco Franco.
As expected, Spain's interim Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has failed in his first attempt to get Parliament's backing to form a coalition government. A second vote on Tuesday should give him the votes he needs.
Spain's acting Prime Minister and Socialist leader Pedro Sánchez meet pro-independence Catalan Party to unlock the political stalemate.
Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez is seeking to form a coalition government with far left partners Podemos, but the two parties together don’t have enough seats to form an absolute majority.
Political leaders have made a final appeal to voters before Sunday's snap election that looks unlikely to resolve Spain's parliamentary gridlock.
A Catalan activist and political commentator has condemned the sentences handed out to pro-separatist as leaders as undemocratic.
Andres da Silva told Euronews' Good Morning Europe that the severity of the sentences was undemocratic and greatly worsened the situation.
Spaniards were frustrated and angry on Wednesday after being called to the polls for a fourth time in four years and some said they would stay away from the ballot box, making it harder to predict how the political deadlock could be broken.
Spain will hold parliamentary elections on November 10, acting prime minister Pedro Sanchez said on Tuesday after failing to secure enough support to be confirmed as premier.