After the failure of the investiture of Pedro Sánchez in March, with the support of Albert Rivera (Ciudadanos) and the opposition of practically all the other parties, including Podemos, ERC, Convergència, PNV, Bildu and Compromís, the general electionsare repeated. Mariano Rajoy’s PP wins the elections again and improves its results a little, but is far from having an absolute majority in Congress. On the other hand, the PSOE and Ciudadanos lose 5 and 8 MPs, respectively, and Podemos (Pablo Iglesias), which ran in a coalition with Izquierda Unida, wins two more seats but loses 1.2 million votes. The PP maintain an absolute majority in the Senate.
18 July 2016
7 July 2016
26 June 2016
Repetition of the general elections in Spain
24 June 2016
Público publishes a conversation between Jorge Fernández Díaz and Daniel de Alfonso where they comment on the lack of evidence for the alleged existence of Trias’ bank accounts in Switzerland 11 days before the publication of El Mundo’s article
7 June 2016
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