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In scenes reminiscent of those witnessed five years ago, thousands marched through the streets of Madrid on Sunday (May 15) to mark the anniversary
The monarch has called an election for June 26. It is the first time the country has re-run a national vote.
It is not clear how the unprecedented situation in the country's modern history could be resolved if this second election is inconclusive.
Spain is going to the polls again after King Felipe VI announced the failure of the latest round of coalition talks. It was the second time the
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Spain’s King Felipe is to begin a fresh round of talks with the country’s political parties in a last ditch effort to install a government and avoid
Jose Manuel Soria's name has been linked to revelations in the Panama Papers
Spain’s acting prime minister has unveiled plans to do-away with the siesta, the country’s traditional afternoon nap time. Mariano Rajoy wants to cut
Can the leaders of Spain’s Socialist Party and anti-austerity newcomer Podemos finally end the country’s political stalemate? They are set to start
Two and a half months after the General Election, Spain still has no Government. And no-one can tell you when it might get one. On Friday, exactly 48
The head of the Socialists in Spain, Pedro Sanchez, has failed in a first vote to become prime minister and form a minority coalition
Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez is presenting a political plan ahead of a confidence vote on Wednesday
The former leader of the outlawed Basque separatist party Batasuna, Arnaldo Otegi, was greeted by supporters shouting independence
The Socialist party in Spain has signed a deal with the new liberal Citizens party, with the aim of making the Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez prime minister.
Spanish taxi drivers partially shut down a central Madrid boulevard on Thursday (February 18), beeping horns, setting off fireworks and waving in
The head of the Madrid branch of Spain’s ruling People’s Party has resigned after a police probe into party corruption. Esperanza Aguirre said she
Two puppeteers jailed for glorifying terrorism in Spain have been released Their detention on Saturday caused a public storm of words over speech
Spain’s Socialists are forging ahead with the arduous task of trying to form a coalition government, six weeks after a general election left the
Spain is still staggering uncertainly towards a new government a month after an inconclusive general election. King Felipe has now asked the
Acting Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy still believes a grand coalition between his People’s Party, the socialists and the smaller Ciudadanos
The incumbent Prime Minister plays a high-stakes game of "wait and see"
A split parliament reflecting a tricky political landscape in Spain held its first session on Wednesday (Jan. 13). It was the first time Spain’s
Amid waning support, acting President of Catalonia, Artur Mas says he will step down as the Spanish region’s pro-independence leader. Pro-secession
Amid waning party support, acting President of Catalonia, Artur Mas says he will step down as the Spanish region’s pro-independence leader
Spain’s acting prime minister says he’s still hoping to build a broad coalition government – despite being rebuffed by both the Socialist Party and
Spain’s left-wing Podemos party leader has told Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy that he will not offer any support for a new government formed by