The current stalemate in Spain over forming a government following elections last December is a function of the country’s shift away from a two-party system at national level, writes Paul Kennedy. He argues that, although polls suggest that new elections would yield a similar result, how leaders have approached the negotiations could impact public perceptions of their parties ahead of a revote.
|Place of Publication||Edinburgh|
|Edition||Article No 97|
|Media of output||Blog post|
|Publication status||Published - 4 Apr 2016|
- Government formation
- Multiparty system
- Party politics