The president stressed that she is not worried about the stability of the Balearic government.
In the Balearics, President Armengol of PSOE will feel she has kept a grip on the pact with Més and Podemos that would have been undermined had PSOE come third.
The candidates for prime minister from the four leading parties took part in a live television debate on Monday evening.
The Spanish election, all-inclusives and rain (the lack of it) were some of the themes in Christmas week in the Bulletin.
The country faces weeks of uncertainty that cast doubt on the durability of its flagship economic reforms and unnerved financial markets.
PSOE, which had been the second force in terms of percentage of the vote, saw its position slip to third behind Podemos. Its worst performance ever in the Balearics.
Michael Portillo and Chapi Ferrer: a Majorcan train journey and a Majorcan exit. Just two of the highlights last week in The Bulletin.
Pro-independence politicians, the singer said, should "understand a little more that they can reach a much better agreement with the national government".
Uncertainties and tensions over the election are affecting Catalan and other Spanish banks.
Catalonia holds regional elections on September 27 in which separatists are trying to win a majority of representatives in parliament to push their independence drive forward.