Alberto Núñez Feijoó’s Popular Party (PP) remained victorious, with 136 seats and 32.96 percent of the vote, compared to 122 seats for the Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party (PSOE). Pedro Sanchez (31.73% votes). nothing In Spain the two political blocs of left and right add up to an absolute majority Among these Early elections So they could not form a government.
The Spanish far-right party Vox will be the third political force with 33 seats (12.39% of the vote) and the left-wing Sumer will get 31 members of parliament with 12.30% of the vote.
Sum of PP and Vox That would reach 169 seats, far from the absolute majority of the Congress, 176 representatives.
For its part, the PSOE will not add to that absolute majority, along with Sumer and other forces that gave investment to Pedro Sánchez in 2019, with 173 seats remaining with these results.
Regarding participation in this Sunday’s general elections, a government spokesperson announced a voter turnout of 70.18 percent, almost 4 points higher than the figures recorded in the November 10, 2019 general election, which was 66.23 percent.
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