Spain’s Podemos party wins big in local elections, but not enough to form government
By Patrick Martin
7 April 2016
Despite winning the highest number of votes in Spain’s municipal elections and more than half the seats available in Madrid, Podemos failed to win enough seats to form a viable government on the regional level.
On Sunday, Podemos won 51.1 percent of the vote, compared to the ruling Socialists’ 39.1 percent and the center-right Citizens Party’s 7 percent, giving it enough votes to form a government in five of Spain’s 17 regional capitals.
In all five cities, it will have to form a coalition with another party or will have to negotiate with a party from the ranks of the two other parties, since the left-wing Podemos could not agree on a coalition with the ruling Socialists and the center-right Citizens Party could not agree to work with Podemos.
Podemos now has 92 mayorships, the bulk of them in the province of Madrid and northern Castile.
“Tonight was the victory of hope over fear, of vision over the dead hand of establishment candidates and parties. We have proven that a party can win if it clearly outlines its program,” Pablo Iglesias, the leader of Podemos, told supporters after Sunday’s results came in.
Podemos is in the process of building a national political party that will challenge the Socialists for hegemony of the Spanish political system. The party was formed five years ago in reaction to mass protests against austerity and social inequalities.
The party has won 25 percent of the vote in the local elections, six points behind the Socialists.
The European Union is aggressively seeking to coordinate its policies with the Socialists, seeking to create in Spain a model of “co-governance” with the PSOE under which the Socialists would not be able to govern alone.
The Wall Street Journal reported last Friday that the EU has begun secret negotiations with the PSOE to draw up a “framework” for a coalition government following the EU-mandated recall of the nation’s regional and local government elections in December.
The terms of this framework agreement, which the EU now favors over more traditional negotiations between the parties, would entail the PSOE negotiating with the Partido Popular (People’s Party, PP)
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