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Spanish PSOE won parliamentary elections

Madrid (Spain), wikinews 10.03.2008 - From the English general elections last Sunday, the English Socialist Workers' Party (Partido Socialista Obrero Español, PSOE) under the current Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero has emerged as the winner.

Its classified as a social democratic party could win 169 out of 350 seats in the English Parliament. So they missed, however, the absolute majority, which means that Zapatero received either a fixed coalition with another party or seek political must be enforced according to the project multiple partners. In the last legislative period, he had chosen the latter path. The expert, Charles Powell of the University CEU San Pablo told the news agency Reuters to the fact that it is quite possible because of the relatively small distance with seven seats the party an absolute majority, to seek a majority in parliament again from case to case.

The same news agency reported, citing the political center associated newspaper "La Vanguardia", Zapatero had already held talks with the party Convergència i Unió (freely translated conformity and unity), a Catalan Liberal Party set. Observers expect this will take a larger share of tax revenue for its own region.

A big issue in Zapatero's future government should work according to Analysts are the English economy, which has been discussed already in the campaign intensified. Thus, the country is in economic terms currently in a problematic situation: inflation is on a 10-year high, and unemployment reached record levels and the English property market is characterized by an unstable situation.

Zapatero had announced before the election, especially in fiscal terms, to act. This is done in income tax refund to take place from 400 € and the net assets and the value added tax to be heavily customized. Gilles Moec, analyst at Bank of America, was told Reuters from the fact that Zapatero following his announcement quickly deeds will be already in the next two weeks could be a fiscal "emergency package" to be announced.

The chairman of the conservative People's Party (Partido Popular, PP) and opposition candidate, Zapatero, Mariano Rajoy, has already admitted his defeat. In hindsight, analysts conclude from his defeat that Rajoys tough opposition politics, which was often designed for confrontation, did not work. Nevertheless, keep Rajoy announced his office to do.

In the elections was achieved with about 75 percent of a similarly high turnout as in the 2004 elections. At that time, the turnout was 77 percent. Zapatero said his victory, saying: "The English people have clearly expressed and has decided to enter into a new section "


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