One might say that the Vote of No Confidence launched by Pedro Sanchez and the PSOE stemmed from a spur-of-the-moment decision, the direct result of the untenable situation brought about by the then incumbent Prime Minister’s failure to heed the national mood. Moreover, everyone agrees that it’s bumpy road all the way for Sanchez, the new President. But, hey, the democratic Constitution worked!
Who will ever be the president of the Spanish central government? Will there or there not be a new snap election?
Will there be a third election following the first two that failed to produce a government?
Will the leftists, after gaining power in the post-municipal elections, win the general elections too? Who could tell for sure?
Movers and shakers in the upcoming general election in Spain