Ex-Spanish Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez wants all party leaders to stand down in third election

Sanchez and his 85 delegates voted against Mariano Rajoy when the PP leader held a vote on forming a new government earlier this month

LAST UPDATED: 14 Sep, 2016 @ 12:53
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Felipe Gonzalez
Felipe Gonzalez

FORMER prime minister Felipe Gonzalez has called on Spain’s political leaders to resign if there is a third general election.

Socialist Gonzalez, who was Spain’s longest-serving PM, also appeared to urge PSOE leader Pedro Sanchez to abstain in any vote on a new government.

“If parties can’t form a government they should not impede others from doing so,” he insisted.

Sanchez and his 85 delegates voted against Mariano Rajoy when the PP leader held a vote on forming a new government earlier this month.





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  1. Gonzalez – the first democratically elected president after Franco. He and his PSOE party corrupt from the word go giving advice LOL.

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