Serhat TUNAR -TDO- According to the preliminary results of the early general elections in Spain, the Socialist Workers ' Party (PSOE) led the race, with no party alone reaching a majority of the votes to come to power. The PSOE's current number of seats in parliament is expected to be 120, according to unofficial results.
According to the votes counted so far, the far-right Vox is expected to increase the number of MPs from 24 to 52. If the results are formalized, Vox will be the third largest party in Parliament and will be the party with the most success in the elections.
The people's party (PP), which produced 66 MPs in the April elections, is expected to win 87 seats and finish in second place.
Pablo Iglesias, leader of Unidas Podemos, the fourth party with 35 seats in parliament, announced his readiness for coalition talks with the PSOE from Monday (today), after almost all of the votes were counted.