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Spain : tens of thousands demonstrate against Madrid, Catalonia-politics

tens of thousands of Spaniards have demonstrated on Sunday in Madrid for the unity of the country and against the socialist minority government of Pedro Sánchez. The big rally had called on the Central Plaza de Colón, of the conservative opposition parties and the right-wing populist Vox, under the Motto: "For a United Spain: elections now!" The organizers of the protest accuse the government in the first place, to be in negotiations with the separatist regional government of Catalonia to yielding.

The place was bathed in the red-and-yellow colors of Spain's national flag, the people and the "Viva España chanted!" The Spanish authorities estimated the number of participants to 45,000. Many had come to share with free buses also from other country. The protest rally was the largest, saw Sanchez previously exposed to.

the Three renowned journalists read out to the cheers of the protesters, a Manifesto. "We are no longer prepared to make further concessions to those who want to destroy our country," it said with a view on the Catalan independence movement. "The unity of the country is non-negotiable."

Sánchez is a difficult vote

Sánchez came last June, after a vote of no confidence against his conservative predecessor, Mariano Rajoy, among other things, with the voices of separatist parties from Catalonia to the office and have to rely in Parliament on their support.

Many citizens are upset, also, because Sánchez has so far recognized no re-election. The 46-Year-old had after he took office, hinted that he wanted to prevent in the foreseeable future elections, but left the question of when. "Sanchez has betrayed us, and said that there will be elections, but that is not the case today. Now he will listen to us,“ said the head of the liberal party, Ciudadanos, Albert Rivera. The members of Ciudadanos had the no-confidence vote last June to be trusted voted for Rajoy.

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On Wednesday a difficult vote in Parliament on the budget in 2019 is Sanchez. He and his PSOE do not have their own majority, but only about a quarter of the seats. Sanchez is based on the left-wing populist party Podemos, as well as two separatist parties from Catalonia. Without the support of the Catalan separatists, who demand discussions about the independence of their Region from Spain, is expected to Sanchez losing the vote. The government should fail with your Bulgarian, it could be a new election before the 2020 deadline is necessary. (dpa, Reuters)

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