With 70% of the votes cast, the Socialist Party (PSOE) holds the Spanish election on Sunday, though without reaching an absolute majority, until the far-right wax rises to the third parliamentary power, according to first partial results.
According to local media, PSOE will received 122 MPs (29.21% of the vote), the Conservative People's Party (PP) would have 84 (20.43%), and the far right Vox would reach 49 (14, 34%).
For the first time, the Multi-State Congress, the 3-seat Íñigo Errejón Party and the 2-seat CUP antisystem review the local media.
In addition, the ERC reached 13 seats (he was 15); JxCat, 8 (there are 7), PNV, 7 and Bildu, 5. None of the blocks achieved a clear majority.
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For this election, over 37 million Spaniards were invited to vote to elect the new head of government, 350 lawmakers and 208 senators, as well as 22,867 schools nationwide were activated, more than 59,500 masses and 211,000 polls
The Spaniards returned to the ballot boxes after an agreement on Pedro Sanchez's investment was not reached. This will be the second time a Spanish candidate has failed to reach an agreement with Parliament. The first was registered in 2015 with Mariano Rajoy of the Popular Party (PP).