Spanish politics is at a crossroads and I can't see any single party winning an overall majority in the local elections in the Balearics in May or the general elections in April. The Partido Popular have won overall majorities in Madrid and in Palma in the past, but the image of the party has been tarnished by a series of political corruption cases and now they have to search for bedfellows if they want to form a government. The PP was the party of the right but now they have been joined by Ciudadanos and Vox. Many commentators see these three parties ruling both the Balearics and Spain as a whole, in a coaliation modelled on the one which already governs in Andalusia.
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