(MADRID, Spain.) Election Report: The leader of Ciudadanos, Albert Rivera, on Monday stepped down as party p resident after the centre-right party saw its result collapse in a repeat parliamentary election, El Mundo newspaper said, citing sources: As protestors calling for Catalan independence closed off a major highway bor der pass between France and Spain, Monday 11. 👉 Spain Faces More Uncertainty After Inconclusive Election #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Nov.11: Ciudadanos won 10 seats in Sunday’s election, down from 57 seats won in the previous ballot in April. Various potential solutions to unblock the stalemate, however, involve Ciudadanos, alongside regionalist parties: A Ciudadanos spokesman declined to comment, but said Rivera would make a statement at 1100 GMT:

‘Pedro Sánchez highlighted the difficulties Spain faced as a result of political fragmentation, the Catalan crisis and the growing profile of the far right.’ Photograph: Manu Fernández/AP

There was one major beneficiary of Sunday’s inconclusive election in Spain, but it was not Pedro Sánchez, the Socialist prime minister: Mr Sánchez hoped a fourth poll in as many years might finally deliver him the numbers to break a debilitating deadlock in parliament. Instead, the Socialist Workers’ party emerged as the largest party once again, but lost three seats and must enter yet more tortured negotiations with other parties in order to find a way to govern

There was one major beneficiary of Sunday’s inconclusive election in Spain, but it was not Pedro Sánchez, the Socialist prime minister: Mr Sánchez hoped a fourth poll in as many years might finally deliver him the numbers to break a debilitating deadlock in parliament. Instead, the Socialist Workers’ party emerged as the largest party once again, but lost three seats and must enter yet more tortured negotiations with other parties in order to find a way to govern.

“The real celebrations of Sunday evening took place at the headquarters of Vox, a far-right nationalist party: Vox increased its share of the vote to 15.1%, won 52 seats and became the third-biggest party in Spain. Its leader, Santiago Abascal, told cheering supporters that the results meant “a patriotic alternative has been consolidated in Spain”, and called for “the restoration of national unity with the application of direct rule in Catalonia”.”https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/

▶️ Protesters calling for Catalan independence closed off a major highway border pass between France and Spain, Monday, November 11. 👉 Spain Faces More Uncertainty After Inconclusive Election https://t.co/amSjPhVB4o https://t.co/92TIewTNyX November 11, 2019 at 07:30PM:

#AceNewsDesk reports ………..Published: Nov.11: 2019: Guardian – Reuters: Reporting by Isla Binnie and Ashifa Kassam, editing by Andrei Khalip

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