According to the first results of the socialist PSOE, of prime minister Pedro Sanchez a victory in the parliamentary elections in Spain. The party will be the support of Podemos, and other small parties need to have a majority.
The first results of the parliamentary elections in Spain point to a victory for the PSOE. With about three-quarters of the votes counted, the socialists thirty percent. That is good for a 123 seats. A lot more than the 85 seats they last time got, but not enough for an absolute majority on a total of 350 to distribute seats. The PSOE will, among others, that need the assistance of parties such as the Unidas Podemos, which is now at a 40-odd seats would come true.
The right-wing bloc, Partido Popular (137 seats drops to less than 70 seats), Ciudadanos (57 seats) pick up the majority of time not. Also not with the assistance of the radicaalrechtse Vox, that was introduced in the parliament with 23 or 24 seats.
These preliminary figures could change as more results are known.
For 18 hours had already 60,72 percent of the voting Spaniards a voice released. That is about 9.5 percentage points more than at the previous parliamentary elections in 2016.
Almost 37 million Spaniards were Sunday vote.