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Turnout at the general election, which was narrowly won by the PSOE, was only 73.53%, three percentage points down from the April elections
The woman, thought to be above the age of 80, died of natural causes before exercising her right to vote in Spain’s General Election.
SPAIN'S far right party Vox has emerged from today's general election as the third biggest political force in the country. Running on a campaign which...
Polls close for Spain general election with socialist PSOE set for slim win and far right anti-immigrant Vox predicted...
Voter turnout was last calculated at 6pm, when it was put at 56.8%, four points lower than on April 28
Voter turnout at 14:00pm today was recorded at 37.93%, 3.6 points less than in April, reflecting Spaniards’ apathy at yet another election
As Spain’s General Election looms, Heather Galloway recalls her day watching Franco be exhumed from his Madrid tomb
As we watched, alongside me there were murmurings of indignation and rage
Poll predicts far right Vox will be THIRD LARGEST political party in Spain just days ahead of general election
VOTERS in Spain have taken a swing to the right just days ahead of a fresh general election. According to the latest SocioMetric survey for...
The result of these election is expected after 10pm tonight, but may not be announced until the early hours of Friday morning
“This is not a time to change the political leadership of this nation, the same way as you wouldn't change the generals in charge of your battalions at the end game in any battle"
Caretaker Prime Minister only has until next week to secure a deal and form a government after talks with the king and party leaders failed yesterday
Nun in Spain faces three years in prison after changing pensioners’ election ballots from PSOE to PP
She was apparently caught red-handed inserting PP ballots into the envelopes, and documents from the time of the incident have now been handed over to the Office of the Prosecutor
Don't know your PACMA from your pata negra? Join the Olive Press on the campaign trail for a whirlwind tour of Spanish politics
Finalists will compete in sports events, fashion, contribution to society, multimedia and other talents, as well as being judged on how they look
The electoral campaign will begin on April 13, before Spain has its third elections in less than four years
The ruling PSOE party do not have an overall majority and are supported in government by the Podemos
It marks the first time a far-right party has had a role in Spanish regional government since Franco died in 1975
Despite a recent Panorama poll putting Picardo and the GSLP ahead, the Rock's leader batted down calls for an early general election
THE People’s Party (PP) would hold onto a slim lead if a general election was called this week, according to an official voting intention...
It has been hailed ‘as good as a second referendum’ by pro-European expats
But instead of feeling fatigued, Bremain in Spain campaigner John Moffett is right to suggest that expats should look forward to the vote as an opportunity to influence Brexit
Expats who have not already registered to vote from overseas have until Monday May 22 to do so
John Moffett of Bremain in Spain has urged expats to use their power to influence the outcome of the EU divorce negotiations
That was the message from Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the EU Commission, to Theresa May during a phone conversation between the pair following her call for an early return to the polls
France resident Chris Madsen is behind the new campaign, which has gained several thousand signatures in less than 24 hours
This is despite a pledge last year by the Conservative government to introduce a bill to scrap the unpopular 15 year limit on expat rights in time for the next national return to the polls
Sanchez and his 85 delegates voted against Mariano Rajoy when the PP leader held a vote on forming a new government earlier this month