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    with a virtual tie, which coalition has the best chance of forming a government?

    Since in 2015 bipartisanship retired in Spainpeople are getting used to scary movies every time.

    Perhs for this reason, monstrous methors circulate to describe the two coalition models, ideologically opposed, that are already on the loose in Spain.

    After the close electoral result of this Sunday, It is not so clear which of the two coalitions could reach the Palacio de la Moncloa, if the arithmetic does not become more infatuated than it did this Sunday the 23rd. Because it will be necessary to gather a majority, own or patched, of 176 deputies to avoid the blockade that could lead to an electoral repetition. Another ghost that flies over.

    Formally, the king must first summon the leader of the most voted party, in this case the PP. But if he cannot guarantee the formation of a government, he can summon the second, the ruling PSOE. If neither can put together a new executive, new elections should be called.

    One of the coalition models, that of the left, It’s the Frankenstein governmentas the right wing btized the alliance of PSOE and Unidas Podemos, which in 2020 managed to become a government with the little push granted by the Catalan and Basque independence parties.

    The President of the Government and Socialist candidate for re-election, Pedro Sanchez when voting in Madrid. Photo EFE


    And they call it Frankenstein in allusion to that living character thanks to the grafts of corpses that the English Mary Shelley turned into a novel at the beginning of the 19th century.

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    The other monster that aspires to rule the destiny of Spain It’s the Nosferatu governmentso called by those who insist on stirring up the fearsome ghost of the coalition that the Popular Party and the extreme right of Vox could embody at the national level.

    suspense It was the devastating ingredient this time in the film that, more than fear, destroyed the nerves of the 37.5 million Spaniards who could vote.

    And although the right added more votes, the block of the left, blocking regionalist and pro-independence parties and scratching every last coin from the bottom of their pockets, would be in a position to re-edit a progressive coalition government.

    That Pedro Sanchez could cost much more than the previous one, despite having seen before his eyes how the populism of United We Can dissolve in the waters of Sumar, the left-wing coalition of Yolanda Diaz, that he expected to garner more votes than he did.

    Throughout the electoral campaign, with which candidates and voters choked when they had not yet digested or metabolized the results of the municipal and regional elections on May 28, the right was the favorite in all the polls.

    Alberto Nunez Feijoo, leader of the PP and candidate to challenge Pedro Sanchez for the presidency, votes in a school in Madrid.  Photo EFE

    Alberto Nunez Feijoo, leader of the PP and candidate to challenge Pedro Sanchez for the presidency, votes in a school in Madrid. Photo EFE

    Because their voters do not fail. And because the PP opened its fraternal arms to the majority of the voters of the center-right liberal Ciudadanos party, orphans in these elections in which their party, admitted with a reserved prognosis, decided not to run.

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    The left, which in May did not feel motivated to vote en masse, this time he did not stay at home.

    The scare that the extreme right it is felt in the Council of Ministers of the government activated and concentrated the vote that in the municipal elections had been dispersed in the parties to the left of the PSOE that lost institutional representation.

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    The PP, which had started the electoral campaign on the right foot, was stumbling. Not only because his candidate, Alberto Nunez Feijoo, reproached Pedro Sanchez for data that was later found to be wrong, but also because of Nunez Feijoo’s insistence on asking for the vote by troche and moche “so as not to have to agree with Vox.”

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    PP and Vox agree and agreed in the new municipal and regional m left by the elections on May 28 and this attitude of Nunez Feijoo offended the leader of the extreme right, Santiago Abascal.

    The Vox candidate spent the weeks of the campaign answering the same question: Are you going to ask Nunez Feijoo for the vice presidency?

    Clarion He asked it one day after the municipal elections in which the right wing surpassed all the forecasts.

    “I aspire to someone else asking me for the vice presidency,” ironized Abascal, who this Sunday regrets having decreased his presence in Parliament; Of the 52 deputies it had, it will now have 33.

    In Spanish electoral history, cycle changes are usually anticipated in municipal elections.

    But the victory of the right in May this July 23 was not enough to stand up to an alternative majority to the left-wing coalition government.

    “In recent years, Spain has become one of the most polarized countries in the world, after Argentina and the United States,” says Italian historian Steven Forti, a specialist in contemporary rights.

    And so polarized, perhs the Spanish are not afraid of Frankenstein or Nosferatu. Because you already know them.

    Madrid. Correspondent


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