Spain: All important questions and answers at a glance

All info about elections, parties and the current government

Who is currently governing in Spain?

In Spain, the parties from PSOE (Centre-left) and Unidos Podemos (Left-wing) currently provide the government. The current head of government is Pedro Sánchez, the head of state of the country is unknown.

What are the governing parties in Spain?

The current government in Spain consists of members of PSOE (Centre-left) and Unidos Podemos (Left-wing).

What are the main parties in Spain?

The current government in Spain are :goverment. Partido Popular (Centre-right), Vox (Right-wing), ERC (Regional interests), Ciudadanos (Centre-right), Junts per Catalunya (Regional interests), Euzko Alderdi Jeltzalea/Partido Nacionalista Vasco (Centre-right), EH Bildu (Left-wing), Más País (Left-wing), CUP (Left-wing), Coalición Canaria–Partido Nacionalista Canario (Centre-right), UPN (Centre-right), Galego (Left-wing), PRC (Centre-right) and ¡Teruel Existe! (Centre-right) are represented in parliament as opposition parties. Find more info on all parties HERE.

How often is elected in Spain?

The parliament in Spain is elected every 4 years. The next election is regularly held in 2023.

When is the next election in Spain?

The next election in Spain is scheduled for 2023.

When was the last election in Spain?

The last election in Spain took place on 10.11.2019. All info about the results is available HERE.

Wer würde in Spain gewinnen, wenn diesen Sonntag Wahl wäre?

According to current election polls, Partido Popular (Centre-right) would currently receive the most votes with 31.4%. With 31.4%, Partido Popular (Centre-right) would be in second place. Complete Polling data with coalition possibilities.

What is the name of the parliament in Spain?

Spains parliament has the name "Congreso de los Diputados".

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