MOSCOW (Sputnik) — On Sunday, Spain held general elections that ended the two-party system in the country, with the Spanish Socialist Workers Party (PSOE) and the ruling People’s Party (PP) having shared power in parliament for 30 years.
Historic. Imagine a world where elections are more than a choice between one or the other. Congratulations, Spain! https://t.co/sLXWDk01ms— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) 20 декабря 2015
The conservative PP won the most seats in the country's general elections, with of its deputies 123 elected to the lower house of parliament, but failed to gain an outright majority. The PSOE won 90 seats.
Left-wing Podemos party, founded in early 2014, came third, on 69 seats, and Ciudadanos secured 40 seats.