VOX Party leaders at Spain rally.
Conservatives and populists won big in the Spanish elections on Monday.
The Spaniards finally dumped their the Socialist radicals who have led the country for years.
The socialist party lost 11 out of their 22 big city mayors and the radical left lost several seats in parliament.
Great day in Spain
whete the Left lost big in today’s regional and municipal elections.
The socialist party lost 11 out of their 22 big city mayors & the radical left is out of many parliaments.
Center-right PP will need support from right-wing VOX to govern in most places. pic.twitter.com/utmdUphfxx
— Daniel Di Martino
(@DanielDiMartino) May 29, 2023
Spanish regional elections serve as an example: the European majority leans right, not left.#Conservative parties triumphed: @ppopular garnered 31% of votes, surpassing @PSOE, while @vox_es tripled its seats, emerging as #Spain’s fastest-growing party ─ setting the stage… pic.twitter.com/La9wghB6Zp
— Balázs Orbán (@BalazsOrban_HU) May 29, 2023
Spain’s conservative Popular Party (PP/EPP) got the most votes in seven of the country’s 10 big cities in Sunday’s local elections, obtaining pluralities or majorities in Madrid, Valencia, Sevilla, Zaragoza, Malaga, Murcia and Palma. However, it would have to forge coalitions with the far-right party VOX in some regions.
The PP gains, if replicated in the general election due in December, could unseat the
Source: The Gateway Pundit