Spain's re-elected Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez stands with new members of the government for a family photo before their first cabinet meeting at Moncloa Palace in Madrid.
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Victim was shot by a gunman wearing a helmet who fled on a motor bike.
Arrests were carried out in Malaga and Granada this morning.
New demonstration against the amnesty held this Tuesday in front of the PSOE headquarters in Calle Ferraz, in Madrid.
Pedro Sánchez will continue as Prime Minister.
“To attack the headquarters of Spain’s Socialist Party is to attack democracy.”
Protests in Palma this week.
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez wants to grant an amnesty to Catalan separatists in exchange for their support to form Spain's next government.
About 50,000 people demonstrate in Catalan capital Barcelona.
Protest called by Societat Civil Catalana (SCC) under the slogan "Not in my name. Neither amnesty, nor self-determination", to reject any concession to ERC and JxCat in the negotiation for the investiture of the next president of the Government, attended by the leaders of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, and Vox, Santiago Abascal, this Sunday in Barcelona.
Sanchez said he would start talks with the main parties on Wednesday.
Amnesty could cover more than 1,400 people
All eyes will now turn to the socialist-led bid to form a government.
Spain's acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and Economy Minister Nadia Calvino attend an investiture debate at the parliament in Madrid.
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