The Spanish socialists won elections, but they have no majority

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To Spain sum up the results of extraordinary general election. According to preliminary data, the victory was won by Spanish socialist Labour party. It is headed by the acting as the prime minister of the country Sanches Pedro. Its party received only 120 chairs in the lower house of parliament from 350. It not absolute majority, so ahead — long negotiations between parties concerning government formation. Sanches Pedro urged opponents to forget about disagreements and at last to stop political crisis to Spain ". The plan of Spanish socialist Labour party – not in winning in...

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Sanches Pedro
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Political ideology:Social democracy, social liberalism.
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