Spanish announces third election in less than four years

Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez

Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez

MADRID … News Time

Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announced pre-election on April 28 which has the potential to increase political differences in the country. According to the US news agency AP, Pedro Sanchez, the Spanish Prime Minister, announced the election after the budget was rejected. It is believed that since the formation of minority socialist government in Spain, this will be the third in four years. Pedro Sanchez said in a TV message from Monacola Palace after the cabinet meeting. I have proposed to dissolve the Parliament and will be held on April 28. During his speech, he also pointed out his efforts in the last 8 months of power. 46-year-old prime minister came in power last June in June after the non-confidence motion against former Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.

The majority of Socialist, anti-Semitic and the nationalist parties of the region, who were united against Mariano Rajoy, He left Pedro Sanchez last week, after eliminating Catalonia’s freedom-related talks with talks. Pedro Sanchez said directly to Catalonia’s name that he continued negotiations with the country’s territories so far. As long as their demands were constitution and law. He accused the Conservative opposition not to support the talks.

The Prime Minister of Spain said that unfortunately, in the last 8 months government, we did not get support from Conservative opposition, not only for the government but for the Spanish government. Pablo Casado, a Populist Party leader Pedro Sanchez, described some of the demands of separatist Catalonia from it as a socialist necklace. The Prime Minister of Spain said that we would decide if Spain wants to be hostile to the parties who want to destroy it. It is believed that in April’s election no one will succeed successfully. According to the public opinion, the Socialist Party is more popular than the rest of the parties but its 2 main opposition opponents made from the Populist Party and the Citizens Party could be reversed in the South Andalusia region, where they defeated Socialist with the help of the Vox’s party. Vox’s leader, Santiago Abascal, tweeted that Spain is stronger than its enemies again.


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