Spain: What the Election Results Mean for Madrid’s Next Government

Apr 29, 2019 | 17:13 GMT

Spain's latest election resulted in a fragmented parliament, which means an agreement between several parties will be needed to appoint a government. Meanwhile, a far-right party received enough votes to enter Madrid's legislature for the first time in almost 40 years. Together, these two developments confirm that in Spain, like in most of the largest economies in Europe, fragmentation and the growth of anti-establishment parties are disrupting the political landscape. ...

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