Though Spain's mainstream Socialist party came out ahead in the country's 28 April elections having won 123 of the 350 seats in the national parliament, the next leftist-led government of Pedro Sánchez will look to govern alone after winning an election that has fundamentally altered the county’s balance of power.
Sánchez will be leading a highly polarised after parliament after his Socialists crushed their mainstream rival, the centre-right Popular Party (PP), but this opened the door for radi...


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