Podcast Report: Welcome to the new podcast. We must first talk about Spain’s new left-wing minority coalition government. It is the country’s first coalition in the modern democratic period.
Pedro Sánchez, Pablo Iglesias, Podemos and the PSOE
Catalan Republican Left, Quim Torra and Catalonia
The 2014-2020 political cycle in Spain
Fragmented, divisive, polarised national politics
The PP, Ciudadanos and Vox react to Sánchez
Political ideology in Spain's classrooms
The separation of powers and the new government
What will Sánchez do to Spain and its Constitution?
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