From left to right: British Consul General MBE Lloyd Milen, Balearic President Marga Prohens and Susanna Sciacovelli Director of Tourism demand and hospitality on the Council of Mallorca.
Balearic President Marga Prohens.
Marga Prohens insists that there can be no "preferential treatment" for Catalonia.
President Prohens with finance minister, Antoni Costa.
New PP president of the Balearics, Marga Prohens
New PP president of the Balearics, Marga Prohens.
Marga Prohens speaking on Friday night.
The president's politics will not be those "of the trenches".
The new President of the Balearics Marga Prohens.
Vox will not join a coalition government but have secured agreement on various matters.
Marga Prohens in the Balearic parliament.
Marga Prohens, who needs Vox support to become the next president of the Balearics.
Marga Prohens and Toni Costa of the Partido Popular on Monday.
The first vote for the investiture of Marga Prohens as Balearic president is scheduled for June 28.
An ecstatic Marga Prohens on Sunday night,
Jaime Martínez, Marga Prohens and Llorenç Galmés raise their thumbs in victory last night in Palma.
Marga Prohens, the centre right politician who spent her summers in Southampton, looks set to be new Balearic President
“The left criminalises foreigners with a house on the island due to the failure of its housing policies and as they watch them fail, they consider prohibition as the solution."
The PP candidate for the Balearic Government Marga Prohens celebrates her victory after the election results were announced today, Sunday, at the party's headquarters in Palma.
PP candidate for the Balearic Government Marga Prohens (c) with Jaime Martinez (l) and Guiem Galmés (r) at the party's headquarters.
Marga Prohens, PP candidate for the presidency of the Balearic Government, speaks to the media after exercising her right to vote this Sunday in Palma.