PSOE leader Pedro Sanchez has unveiled his blueprint for government.
The Socialist general secretary’s 53-page document was sent to all Spain’s political parties on Monday.
Spain has been without a government since the general election on December 20 when no party was able to secure an overall majority.
Sanchez was called upon by King Felipe to form a government at the second investiture session after PP leader Mariano Rajoy turned down the chance to do so.
In the document, Sanchez declares his inention to reform the constitution and ‘develop Spain into a federal state’.
“The nature and range of the reforms we need will require everybody’s participation and attention,” said the document.
“Only then will will it be possible that the new phase starts and its benefits can be extended for decades to all today’s citizens and those who follow us.”
There is one mention of Catalunya in the document, which makes no reference to Podemos’s demand for a referendum on Catalan independence.
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