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Rajoy out: Spain's' government collapses after no-confidence vote The Independent The Independent.
Speaking ahead of the vote, with the numbers against him, Mr Rajoy told the congress of deputies: Pedro Sánchez will be the prime minister of the government and I want to be the first to congratulate him. It has been an honour to be the prime minister of the government of Spain.
Spain - Wikipedia.
The legal situation concerning Gibraltar was settled in 1713 by the Treaty of Utrecht, in which Spain ceded the territory in perpetuity to the British Crown 136 stating that, should the British abandon this post, it would be offered to Spain first.
How Spain Misunderstood the Catalan Independence Movement The Atlantic. The Atlantic.
The current strain of the Catalan independence movement began under the rule of fascist dictator Francisco Franco, who took over Spain in 1939. Under Franco, the public use of the Catalan language was banned, and all specifically Catalan institutions, such as the Government of Catalonia, were abolished as part of an attempt to end regionalism in Spain.
Spain travel guide Europe - Lonely Planet.
Story Parts of Spain now require a health pass from visitors to enter indoor spaces. Some regions in Spain are now requiring individuals to show that they have been vaccinated or have tested negative for COVID-19 before entering cafes, bars and restaurants.
Mariano Rajoy ousted as Spain's' prime minister Mariano Rajoy The Guardian.
It has been an honour to be the prime minister of Spain, Rajoy told parliament shortly before the vote. It has been an honour to leave a better Spain than the one I found. I hope that my successor will be able to say the same when his time comes.
Spain European Union.
EU-funded projects in Spain. The money paid into the EU budget by Spain helps fund programmes and projects in all EU countries - like building roads, subsidising researchers and protecting the environment. Find out more about how Spain benefits from EU funding.
Spains Mariano Rajoy ousted in no-confidence vote.
The socialist leader Sanchez has promised to stick to a budget recently approved by parliament and with pure control of only 84 of 350 seats, enacting change is seen as difficult. The next general election in Spain is due to take place by mid-2020.
Spain Wikitravel.
The population of Spain is growing in large part due to migration from areas that have a historical or linguistic attachment to Spain, such as Latin America e.g Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador and Peru, Europe mostly Eastern Europe, Africa and Asia.

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