One of Spain’s more respected politicians, Feijóo’s name has been put forward (not by himself) to be leader of the PP nationally.
Torrent and two other separatist politicians were warned by researchers working with Facebook's instant message service WhatsApp that their phones were broken into with a spyware called "Pegasus"
Balearic president Francina Armengol wanted a word about the investiture of Mariano Rajoy.
The Partido Popular proposed a "grand pact" for tourism that will define tourism policy for the next twenty years.
The absence of a proper government is affecting Spanish tourism. There has been an 11% fall in the numbers saying they will go on holiday this year.
The PP, meanwhile, is agitating for a vote in favour of amending the whole bill, which would, in effect, send it back to the drawing-board.
“Spain can’t afford to wait for Rajoy,” Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias told a news conference.
Balearic president believes that new government in Madrid can be formed without the Partido Popular.
87.1 per cent of those surveyed said they would vote the same way if there were another election.
“We must work so that young people find work, so that older people can return to work."
“We will not discuss questions about the territorial integrity of the country,” PSOE leader Pedro Sanchez said today.
"We will vote against the continuation of the Partido Popular at the helm of the government, with Mariano Rajoy as prime minister.”
Addressing her remarks towards Balearic candidates standing for Congress and Senate, Planas stressed that businesses “can grow without taxes being raised on families or business”.
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