Spain held an election last weekend. The Socialists were the big winners, but they fell short of majority (29%). Keith Walker speaks with DW's Spain correspondent, Guy Hedgecoe, who explains what happens next.
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has said his new government will prioritize "dialogue" and "unity." The Socialist partnership with hard-left Podemos will be the country's first coalition since democracy returned in 1975.
Socialist Pedro Sanchez will become prime minister again in a minority government with far-left Podemos. Sanchez has vowed to open a dialogue with Catalonia.
Lawmakers in Madrid have rejected caretaker leader Pedro Sanchez's bid to be reappointed prime minister, nearly two months after parliamentary elections. The Socialist leader will make a second attempt on Tuesday.
A Catalan separatist party will abstain from an upcoming vote to confirm Socialist Pedro Sanchez as prime minister. The ERC announced the move after agreeing to talks over "the future of Catalonia" with the Socialists.
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