Although the centre right party has defended its forerunner position, a new age has begun for Spain.In the Spanish general elections held on December 20th, the Partido Popular (People’s Party) of PM Rajoy emerged first with 28.7 per cent of the vote, which is much lower than the 45 per cent of the vote it had won in 2011. The Partido Socialista Obrero Espanol (The Socialist Spanish Workers’ Party) received 22 per cent of the vote and came in second place. The leftwing Podemos, which was founded in March 2014, participated in the general elections for the first time and managed to win 20.7 per cent of the votes and 69 seats. Another new party, Ciudadanos (Citizens) got 13.9 per cent of the vote and gained 40 seats. By İrem GölYou can read the rest of the article on our issue of January

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