SEVILLE – in the elections in the Spanish region of Andalusia has the right-populist party Vox a great victory. The party won 12 seats and for the first time in the parliament of the southern region.
The profit for Vox means a turning to the right in regional politics.
The profit for Vox means a turning to the right within the regional politics and a blow for the socialist PSOE in Andalusia over the last decades, the service member. The party of prime minister Pedro Sánchez shrank from 47 seats in 2015 to 33 seats.
Also the second-largest party, the conservative Partido Popular (PP), has lost seven seats and comes out on the 26. The parliament in Seville has a total of 109 seats.