Disappearances and the destruction of Palma de Mallorca
2021 as seen through the Bulletin's Week That Was page.
The 42-year-old founder of the leftist Podemos party made a surprise move
The 42-year-old founder of the leftist Podemos party made a surprise move.
Founder of Spanish leftist Podemos party Pablo Iglesias retires
Iglesias founded Podemos to rally the vote of Spaniards outraged by austerity measures imposed following the 2008 financial crisis.
Balearic president has received social media threats
The threats received by Armengol followed the death threats sent to three prominent politicians.
The Week That Was
Citizen Smith and the Marchioness
Apart from English, the backgrounds of Pablo Iglesias and Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo are somewhat different.
The Week That Was
Oriol leaves lockdown
State of alarm and all that, Oriol and fellow Catalan political prisoners have been unable to get day passes to do whatever it is they're allowed to get up to, which in the case of Oriol and others had once involved actually pitching up at the Catalan parliament.
The week that was
The family man dude
Pablo was very humble but also very aware, which comes from being a family man dude.
Spain's Sanchez wins investiture vote, will lead coalition government
Coalition with Podemos ends months of gridlock.
Spain's Podemos leader says he still hopes for last minute government deal
This is Sanchez's last opportunity to form a government.
Spain's Socialists confident of reaching government deal with Podemos
To be sworn in as prime minister, Sanchez needs to win an absolute majority of at least 176 votes.
Bishop, Branson, Ryanair: the past week in The Bulletin
Leading Spanish politicians, a prominent return and an alleged affair involving a prominent figure in Majorca's society. Some of the stories from the week in the Bulletin.
“Iglesias is certainly a controversial figure in Spanish politics....”
Jason Moore16/03/2021 12:18