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Spain of the Cortes to the coalition, the progressive: the birth of the government Sánchez-Iglesias

Spain finally has a government legitimised by parliamentary vote, after a long period of political stalemate characterized by two general elections in just six

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Spain of the Cortes to the coalition, the progressive: the birth of the government Sánchez-Iglesias
Spain finally has a government legitimised by parliamentary vote, after a long period of political stalemate characterized by two general elections in just six months. With a very narrow margin (167 yes against 165 no) Pedro Sánchez has obtained the investiture of the presidency of the government in the critical vote that had required only a simple majority of the deputies to the Cortes. Thus was born the first executive of the coalition, and with over 40 years of Spanish democracy: the socialist party of Sánchez will govern together at Unidas we can, whose leader Pablo Iglesias, will occupy one of the three vice-presidencies (the other two will go to the socialist Carmen Calvo, the current deputy prime minister, and Nadia Calviño, the minister of the Economy).

The agreement Sánchez-Iglesias, signed just 48 hours after the legislative advance of the 10 November last year, was the starting point of a dialogue with other political forces, minors, nationalists and regionalists, starting from the basque country, the Pnv, which has allowed us to reach the numbers to make it possible for the investiture of the president on the socialist leader. But the election of Sánchez would not have been possible without the abstention of the independentist catalans of the Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya, with which the Psoe has negotiated for weeks to reach agreement on the opening of negotiations between the governments of Madrid and Barcelona for the solution of the political conflict with the breakaway region.

The crisis in the Catalan will be the main threat for the stability of a government that announces itself with a net progressive: are projected to increase taxes for high earners and large companies, the elimination of the most controversial aspects of the reform of the work of Mariano Rajoy, the abolition of the so-called “gag law”. Sánchez will announce tomorrow the list of ministers who will then take the oath in front of king Felipe VI, on Friday, the first meeting of the executive at the Moncloa.

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