Spain’s Sanchez weighs options after election win, outlook murky

Spain's acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez arrives at a party meeting a day after Spain's general election, at PSOE headquarters in Madrid, Spain April 29, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Medina

MADRID (Reuters) – Spain’s ruling Socialists were weighing options for forming a new government on Monday after they won a national election but fell short of a majority as voters delivered a deeply fragmented parliament that could spell prolonged political uncertainty. Playing down talk about possible coalition options, Deputy Prime Minister Carmen Calvo said the […]

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