"The ruling socialist party PSOE is favorittippat when a divided Spain goes to the polls. But no blocks get their own majority – and the extreme right is expected to achieve major successes."
"If the location is uncertain when the polls open on Sunday morning, it is said to be locked when they close. Prime minister Pedro Sánchez's PSOE goes against a big progress compared with the elections in 2016 – but it will hardly be enough to form a government."
"Spain is more fragmented than ever, in large part because of the Catalan självständighetsfrågan. Conflict if Catalonia has led to a new election, and has also contributed to the extreme-right party Vox rampage."
"the Polarization has increased in questions of gender and migration. The outgoing socialistregeringens decision to dig up and move the dictator Francisco Franco's remains raises the right's anger. Allegations of corruption have been thrown from all directions."
"According to a forecast that El País has put together on the basis of several opinion polls learn PSOE get around 129 seats. A great boost compared to the current 85. But it required 176 mandate for a majority in the lower chamber of the Spanish parliament, "
"The potential partner, the left alliance Unidas Podemos, according to the same forecast 35 mandate – and as long as Pedro Sánchez does not agree to hold a referendum on Catalan independence will PSOE does not have the support of the smaller Catalan parties in parliament."
"at the same time högerblocket utmålat Sánchez as a traitor, that he at all for dialogue with Catalan separatists."
"But neither of the parties to the right looks to be a regeringsdugligt options. The conservative Partido Popular (PP) of the drop according to El País forecast significantly, from the current 137 mandate to be about 78. Military Ciudadanos tipped to get about 46 the mandate and the högextrema uppstickarpartiet 30."
"If the forecast is correct would the PP and Ciudadanos not able to reign even in cooperation with the Vox, which you do at the regional level in Andalusia."
"By all appearances waiting for the tough negotiations after the election, and possibly even a new election."
"After dictator Franco's death in 1975, gave Spain a democratic constitution in 1978."
"Up to 2015 was dominated Spanish politics completely by the socialist party PSOE and the conservative PP. But in the elections that year did the two new populist parties, wide entrance hall in the parliament: the left party Podemos and the military is Ciudadanos. It drew on the board and since then the country has had a weak minority governments."
"In June of 2018 took the PSOE came to power after a vote of no confidence against the prime minister and PP leader Mariano Rajoy, where small Catalan and basque nationalistpartier voted with the PSOE."
"In February declared PSOE leader Pedro Sánchez election then the government's budget voted down in parliament, with the Catalan separatistpartiernas assistance."
"Sunday's elections, the third Spanish parliamentary elections in less than four years (the standard choice would actually have been held in the middle of next year)."
"On 26 may, the spaniards once again head to the polls. Then it is time for the municipality and regional elections and elections to the european Parliament."