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Pedro Sanchez says court veto over appointing judges is ‘unprecedented’ in Spain’s democratic history
A crisis has erupted in Spain after the Constitutional Court(CGPJ) blocked the Senate from voting on a bill to change the way that judges...
EXPLAINER: Why December 6 is a very important holiday for Spain
CONSTITUTION Day is a bank holiday across Spain every December 6 and marks the anniversary of the referendum which approved a new constitution for...
OPINION: Give expats full voting rights in Spain
THE Right to vote is considered one of the most fundamental rights in a democracy. A mere century ago women were throwing themselves under horses...
ELECTION SHOCKER: Spain’s far-right party Vox win first ever seats in Andalucia as PSOE decimated
It is the first time a far-right Spanish political party has gained seats in a regional election since 1975, when General Franco's death brought the return of democracy
Is Mijas really a democracy?
If a government is acting on my behalf, I have the right to know what they are doing with my money, writes Bill Anderson
Never too young for democracy at Swans
Head boys and girls, prefects and house captains are integral from Year 5
Podemos announces massive display of ‘social muscle’ in Madrid
The anti-corruption party is planning a huge protest in the capital on January 31