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Spanish Social Labor Party, difficult to establish a regime with radical leftists Present alternatives-Reuters News-International

2019-09-03T17:07:29.877Z

[Madrid 3rd Reuters]-Comparison of the Spanish Parliament The first party of the Social Labor Party, head of the Sanchez Party (provisional prime minister), is difficult to establish a coalition government with the rapid left party Podemos Union (UP) on the 3rd On



[Madrid 3rd Reuters]-Comparison of the Spanish Parliament The first party of the Social Labor Party, head of the Sanchez Party (provisional prime minister), is difficult to establish a coalition government with the rapid left party Podemos Union (UP) on the 3rd After that, he presented alternatives such as guaranteeing an agreement on policy and appointing him to a position outside the cabinet.

Mr. Sanchez gave a speech to members of the Social Labor Party, saying, “The conditions for establishing a coalition government have not been met, but there is no reason to be hostile. It is possible to become a sincere alliance party like before.” Pointed out. He said the coalition government would not work, and argued that it was difficult to reach an agreement to establish a government because of distrust between the two parties.

Prior to the speech of Mr. Sanchez, the head of the Iglesias gave a positive view of establishing a coalition government with the Social Labor Party. In a post-speaker post on Twitter, "Politics is based on guarantees, not trust. The coalition government is the only guarantee to implement a policy that changes people's lives. It is in danger." .

According to sources, Mr. Sanchez suggested Podemos to be appointed to the position of deputy secretary. He also showed the establishment of an independent mechanism that guarantees respect for policy agreements with Podemos.

Although the Social Labor Party won the general election in April, it did not reach the majority, and pressure to establish a coalition government is growing. If an agreement is not reached by September 23, a re-election will be held on November 10.

Source: asahi

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