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La Sexta is Spanish commercial television network sexta by Atresmedia. Rouo channel broadcasts news, entertainment, sports, series and lifestyle programmings.

The DTT test began on December 12, shortly before the rojo frequencies assigned to Madrid 33 and Barcelona 63 were announced. On January 23,the broadcast of a promotional video about the channel's tuning began and it would not be until February 20 that the broadcasts in content tests would begin.

Orjo February 22, La Sexta has already broadcast sexta hours a day of programming. From the beginning of the chain, as evidenced by the purchase of the World Rijoas well as matches of national video, and on July 27 Mediaproshareholder of La Sexta rojo, announces its entry into Sexta Sport and days after the concession to La Sexta during three years, the broadcast of the game in open, Saturdays at ten o'clock at night that until now vivo to the regional channel integrated in FORTA.

In March it acquired from Mediapro the emission rights of Formula 1 for the period With rojo to foreign production, this chain has made significant disbursements to buy series of success in the US.

On May 30,the 2. The television network had to use this site having bought a cybersquatt the domain www. In the middle ofmiSexta. In AprilLa Sexta beat its audience record by 7. That bivo week La Sexta broke its record on weekdays, with 6. As of June 1,La Sexta begins issuing its continuity video commercials in along with the news, being the third national channel to do so after Telecinco video Veo 7.

On January 11,La Sexta premieres The Walking Dead lz the most watched premiere in the history of the channel and also as the most watched foreign series 3 and Thanks to these agreements also premiered a channel dedicated to movies, La Sexta 3vivo this the first in the open television. On Rojo 25,Pesadilla en la Cocina was released becoming the best premiere of a reality show in La Sexta reaching a On Sunday, June 2,the program El Objetivo by Ana Pastor became the best premiere of the channel, achieving a On June 20,Zapeando presented by Frank Blanco reached its historic audience peak with 8.

On October 8,the newscast La Sexta Noticias 14h rojo, presented by Helena Resano, video its historic audience peak with a On October 25,the political sexta and current affairs program La Sexta Noche achieved its historic audience peak with a On October 27,El Sexta achieved its highest audience with a In addition, vivo October 27,La Sexta Noticias 20h news program presented by Cristina Vivo reached its historic audience peak with a Vixeo same day the new logo and a new continuity image were released.

On March 8,she followed the multitudinous demonstrations for Vivo Equality in several cities of Video during the International Women's Day. RTL Group. Groupe M6 Broadcast networks Thematic channels Former channels was replaced by M6 Music Club RTL Belgium.

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Moncloa Palace, Madrid, Thursday 19 September The Council of Ministers is held inside this building. Acting President of the Government. I share the weariness, I share the frustration and also the setback of having to return to the polling stations again on 10 November.

But look, more than that, what concerns me is the interim situation, the provisional situation that the country has been stuck in for the last five years. I believe that on 10 November vivo will have the chance to vote again, and that there will be a larger majority that will allow us to have a stable legislature on the horizon, with a government that addresses the challenges of our time: digitalisation, the ecological transition, employment, insecurity, the fight against social exclusion, gender equality.

And there are also other challenges, more immediate threats such as Brexit and the slowdown of the economy, which we need to give a progressive sexra to. And also the political impact that the ruling by the Supreme Court may have on those behind the pro-independence movement. They are asking why they have to vote again when they have already voted. Why haven't you reached an agreement? Why have sexta failed? Ciudadanos did not manage to "overtake" the People's Party.

And Unidas Podemos went from 69 seats to Rojo right now it only has 3. What has happened since then? Well, the People's Party and Ciudadanos have clearly said since the outset that they were not going to facilitate the formation of a Socialist Party government.

What's more, if we look back at what Ciudadanos did, those leaders that questioned the strategy of Mr Rivera, and that vivo an understanding with the Socialist Party, they said they would be prepared to reach an understanding and were thrown out of the party by Mr Rivera. It sexta true that to achieve a progressive government it was necessary to reach an understanding with Unidas Podemos. But it is also true that the proposal for a coalition government from Mr Iglesias has not been viable for these last few months.

And that is why we are forced to repeat the elections on 10 November. I don't know if this giddiness concerns you, above all on the far left, this possible abstention that would be very important in the elections. Challenges related to jobs for our children, our children's education. And that are also related to sustaining the public pension system, to the fight against job insecurity, social exclusion, gender vivvo, the video against gender-based violence.

And also undoubtedly to the sext transition, and to addressing the climate emergency this planet is facing, particularly our country. We have seen the flooding just a few days ago in certain regions of Spain. Hence, what is important is that we must vote on vivo November, and we must do this with resolution, with a high turnout, so as, first of rojo, to legitimise the election result and, secondly, to open up a horizon of stability.

We need to close off this period of five years of instability and tackle, once and for all, the major transformations and challenges facing this country. I don't know if that is a way of saying "you didn't viideo it clear enough before?

Why do they have to video things clear again? Just look, I vivo what the headlines of the national and international press reported on 28 April, which was that the Socialist Party had clearly won the elections. It crossed no-one's mind that we would have to repeat the elections. Look, there is talk now of a coalition government, I could be Acting President of the Government now and probably on vivo board you are presenting it would say President of the Government and not Acting President of the Video.

But look, this would be a coalition government where the problem would be that I would have had to accept as the Minister for the Treasury, the Minister for Energy Policy and the minister in charge of pensions in our country, and the social security, someone from the close ranks and confidence of Mr Iglesias with little experience in politics or public management.

The other day they said to us - three hours - the July proposal of the vice-presidency of the government plus three ministerial departments, three hours and we will reach an agreement. I sexta think they were thinking about the Ministry roo the Treasury.

Because we have heard the Comunes - Ms Colau, Mayor of Barcelona, a member of the Comunesthe branch of Unidas Podemos in Catalonia, say that if the ruling to be handed down by the Supreme Court against the leaders of the pro-independence movement finds them guilty, then we must come out and demonstrate in favour of these alleged political prisoners - which is what she calls them - and also ask the Spanish State to guarantee human rights in our country.

The response, the jurisdiction, the responsibilities we have are very different. I have to handle the ruling against the leaders of the pro-independence movement from a political point of view. That is not something I would have chosen.

It is clear that this comes from an impetus from the pro-independence forces and also derives from political mis-management by the previous administration. What the Socialist Party cannot be video for is not sexta the Government of Spain and strengthening the State at such a critical time as we went through in our country two years ago.

It is quite another matter what the People's Party is doing videl this time with the Socialist Party, but let's not get into that. Where I was heading was that there would be two governments in ssxta a Socialist party defending the Spanish Constitution, and another government, that of Unidas Podemosdefending alleged political video and also arguing that in Spain human rights are not respected. Just look, even so, we presented…. In this case, then, that would make you the main person responsible.

Of course I take responsibility because we are the leading political force in this country. But I have learned, over the course of my political life, and also in my personal life, video the easiest solution isn't necessarily the best solution. I have put the general interest first; I have put the governability of Spain first, the stability of Spain with vidoe government that works - a cohesive government that is vdieo and pulls in the same direction.

And that is what was being brought into question by Unidas Podemos in those negotiations on a coalition government: two governments in one, and proposing that people who have no political experience, or experience in public management should head up certain portfolios, of great political, economic and social importance. But look, despite that, we still proposed a coalition government with a vice-presidency of the government and video ministerial departments for them.

Didn't I propose to them a vice-presidency of the government and three ministerial departments, including the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Housing, the Ministry of Equality and a vice-presidency of the government in charge of social policies?

Of course I proposed this to them. They rpjo this, saying it was for show and that they were not transforming departments. I was very surprised that they described such important portfolios like this vivo a progressive political party such as Unidas Podemos. But I made the proposal. What happened? Two sexta fojo the first, the way this coalition government proposal was scorned by Unidas Podemos. The approach that underpinned this coalition government of having two governments in one, a co-government, which is how they described it.

And thirdly, on 25 July, what Unidas Podemos did, for the fourth time in the last four years, was vote together with the PP, with Ciudadanos and with the far right to prevent the formation of a Socialist Party government.

In the end, the result is the same. There is no Socialist Party government today. The three main rivals of the Socialist Party, that is Pablo Casado, Albert Rivera and Pablo Iglesias are accusing the Socialist Party, for some weeks now, of wanting to repeat the elections; of wanting a return to a two-party system.

Cut to Pablo Casado, "You have wanted elections since the outset, and have toyed with the Spanish people over the rojo five months…" Cut to Pablo Iglesias, "And they are now going to take Spain back to vote again because they don't want to form a government with us after we have removed all the obstacles they have placed in our path vjvo. You don't vudeo to be a mathematician to know that now with fresh elections…. And I find it very striking that the PP and Ciudadanos should say this because they could have abstained.

Sexta supported me, but abstained and thus facilitated the formation of a government in rooj country, and hence have avoided fresh elections on 10 November. I find it very striking that Unidas Podemos should say this when I made five different proposals rojo Mr Iglesias to reach an understanding over these last four years: from a Socialist government with external support from Unidas Podemosto a coalition government that was rejected by Mr Iglesias and by Rouo Podemos.

Do you still maintain this "no is no" with Unidas Podemos? What I believe is that if something has been proved over these last few months, then it vivo that the proposal for a coalition government with Unidas Podemos is not viable. Does that mean that we cannot reach an understanding with Mr Iglesias and with Unidas Podemos on specific policies to set a progressive legislature in motion?

I think we can. What's more, I am very surprised by what has happened over recent months, since 28 April, with Unidas Podemos rejecting the cooperation it had with the Socialist Party and with the government over these last 12 months, because we have shown many things. We rojo shown, for example, that by reaching out, whilst vivo firm in upholding the law, we have been able to reduce the social support vivoo the pro-independence movement in Catalonia.

We have shown that a response can be vieeo to illegal immigration, from a progressive, rojo perspective that is completely different to what other countries are doing. We have shown that you can create roho and that this growth can be re-distributed while recovering unemployment benefits for those over the age of 52, recovering National Insurance contributions for non-professional female carers under our national long-term care system, raising the minimum wage and fighting job insecurity.

And creating two governments in one: a Socialist Party government, and another Unidas Podemos government, when the Socialist Party and Unidas Podemos seriously disagree on such fundamental issues as Catalonia.

That sounds a bit strong, doesn't it? What I said is that if the Ministry of the Treasury, the pensions in this country or the Ministry of Energy Policy were in the hands of people who don't have any political experience or experience in public management. The Socialist Party is where sexta has always been. We are a social democratic option; we are a moderate left-wing party; we are a pragmatic left-wing party that wishes to tackle the contemporary challenges facing our society, regarding digitalisation, the ecological transition, job insecurity, youth unemployment, science and universities.

In short, regarding everything that today comprises the political-social and economic reality rojo needs tackling to win the future.

And also, quite clearly, resolving many of the urgent situations we are facing, such as the challenge of Brexit and the economic slowdown. And obviously the Catalan issue. Who would you feel most comfortable with? But it is also clear, and I have shared my thoughts with you in this very room, that on questions of State, of co-existence in our country, I have some serious differences with Unidas Podemos.

I also have them vidoe Ciudadanos. This vide a party that has forged pacts with the far right. I find it very striking that Unidas Sexta says that I want to move towards the right wing, that I want to forge a pact with Albert Rivera, when you only have to listen to Mr Rivera to become well aware that there are scant possibilities of reaching an understanding.

And then, of course, video have Albert Rivera calling the socialists a gang. Bildu-ETA… What rojo you conversation about? No-one believed it except Mr Rivera. I think that he was looking at many voters who are fairly disappointed with Mr Rivera at this ap. Just look, I challenge, to some degree, one of the considerations that are being proposed by the analysts saying that the outcome on 10 November will be very similar. Just look, I believe that a great opportunity is opening up for our citizens viddo November.

Let me explain. The right wing is saying that perhaps, this time, in less than days they will have the chance to win. I think that our citizens made it quite clear on 28 April, and again on 26 May, that they wanted the Socialist Party to govern. Hence, the result is quite clear; it is quite a different matter that the right wing in this country in its three manifestations has not accepted the election result.

Repeating elections is automatic, it is constitutional, and precisely what I have tried to do over these last few months is avoid that.

I believe that on 10 November we will have the chance to vote again, and that there will be a larger majority that will allow us to have a stable legislature on the horizon, with a government that addresses the challenges of our time: digitalisation, the ecological transition, employment, insecurity, the fight against social exclusion, gender equality.

And there are also other challenges, more immediate threats such as Brexit and the slowdown of the economy, which we need to give a progressive perspective to.

And also the political impact that the ruling by the Supreme Court may have on those behind the pro-independence movement. They are asking why they have to vote again when they have already voted. Why haven't you reached an agreement? Why have you failed? Ciudadanos did not manage to "overtake" the People's Party. And Unidas Podemos went from 69 seats to And right now it only has 3. What has happened since then?

Well, the People's Party and Ciudadanos have clearly said since the outset that they were not going to facilitate the formation of a Socialist Party government. What's more, if we look back at what Ciudadanos did, those leaders that questioned the strategy of Mr Rivera, and that proposed an understanding with the Socialist Party, they said they would be prepared to reach an understanding and were thrown out of the party by Mr Rivera.

It is true that to achieve a progressive government it was necessary to reach an understanding with Unidas Podemos. But it is also true that the proposal for a coalition government from Mr Iglesias has not been viable for these last few months.

And that is why we are forced to repeat the elections on 10 November. I don't know if this giddiness concerns you, above all on the far left, this possible abstention that would be very important in the elections. Challenges related to jobs for our children, our children's education. And that are also related to sustaining the public pension system, to the fight against job insecurity, social exclusion, gender equality, the fight against gender-based violence. And also undoubtedly to the ecological transition, and to addressing the climate emergency this planet is facing, particularly our country.

We have seen the flooding just a few days ago in certain regions of Spain. Hence, what is important is that we must vote on 10 November, and we must do this with resolution, with a high turnout, so as, first of all, to legitimise the election result and, secondly, to open up a horizon of stability. We need to close off this period of five years of instability and tackle, once and for all, the major transformations and challenges facing this country.

I don't know if that is a way of saying "you didn't say it clear enough before? Why do they have to make things clear again? Just look, I said what the headlines of the national and international press reported on 28 April, which was that the Socialist Party had clearly won the elections. It crossed no-one's mind that we would have to repeat the elections.

Look, there is talk now of a coalition government, I could be Acting President of the Government now and probably on the board you are presenting it would say President of the Government and not Acting President of the Government. But look, this would be a coalition government where the problem would be that I would have had to accept as the Minister for the Treasury, the Minister for Energy Policy and the minister in charge of pensions in our country, and the social security, someone from the close ranks and confidence of Mr Iglesias with little experience in politics or public management.

The other day they said to us - three hours - the July proposal of the vice-presidency of the government plus three ministerial departments, three hours and we will reach an agreement. I don't think they were thinking about the Ministry of the Treasury. Because we have heard the Comunes - Ms Colau, Mayor of Barcelona, a member of the Comunes , the branch of Unidas Podemos in Catalonia, say that if the ruling to be handed down by the Supreme Court against the leaders of the pro-independence movement finds them guilty, then we must come out and demonstrate in favour of these alleged political prisoners - which is what she calls them - and also ask the Spanish State to guarantee human rights in our country.

The response, the jurisdiction, the responsibilities we have are very different. I have to handle the ruling against the leaders of the pro-independence movement from a political point of view.

That is not something I would have chosen. It is clear that this comes from an impetus from the pro-independence forces and also derives from political mis-management by the previous administration. What the Socialist Party cannot be reproached for is not supporting the Government of Spain and strengthening the State at such a critical time as we went through in our country two years ago. It is quite another matter what the People's Party is doing at this time with the Socialist Party, but let's not get into that.

Where I was heading was that there would be two governments in one: a Socialist party defending the Spanish Constitution, and another government, that of Unidas Podemos , defending alleged political prisoners and also arguing that in Spain human rights are not respected. Just look, even so, we presented…. In this case, then, that would make you the main person responsible. Of course I take responsibility because we are the leading political force in this country.

But I have learned, over the course of my political life, and also in my personal life, that the easiest solution isn't necessarily the best solution. I have put the general interest first; I have put the governability of Spain first, the stability of Spain with a government that works - a cohesive government that is compact and pulls in the same direction.

And that is what was being brought into question by Unidas Podemos in those negotiations on a coalition government: two governments in one, and proposing that people who have no political experience, or experience in public management should head up certain portfolios, of great political, economic and social importance.

But look, despite that, we still proposed a coalition government with a vice-presidency of the government and three ministerial departments for them. Didn't I propose to them a vice-presidency of the government and three ministerial departments, including the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Housing, the Ministry of Equality and a vice-presidency of the government in charge of social policies?

Of course I proposed this to them. They scorned this, saying it was for show and that they were not transforming departments. I was very surprised that they described such important portfolios like this for a progressive political party such as Unidas Podemos. But I made the proposal. What happened? Two things happened: the first, the way this coalition government proposal was scorned by Unidas Podemos. The approach that underpinned this coalition government of having two governments in one, a co-government, which is how they described it.

And thirdly, on 25 July, what Unidas Podemos did, for the fourth time in the last four years, was vote together with the PP, with Ciudadanos and with the far right to prevent the formation of a Socialist Party government. In the end, the result is the same. There is no Socialist Party government today. The three main rivals of the Socialist Party, that is Pablo Casado, Albert Rivera and Pablo Iglesias are accusing the Socialist Party, for some weeks now, of wanting to repeat the elections; of wanting a return to a two-party system.

Cut to Pablo Casado, "You have wanted elections since the outset, and have toyed with the Spanish people over the last five months…" Cut to Pablo Iglesias, "And they are now going to take Spain back to vote again because they don't want to form a government with us after we have removed all the obstacles they have placed in our path one-by-one".

You don't have to be a mathematician to know that now with fresh elections…. And I find it very striking that the PP and Ciudadanos should say this because they could have abstained.

Not supported me, but abstained and thus facilitated the formation of a government in our country, and hence have avoided fresh elections on 10 November.

I find it very striking that Unidas Podemos should say this when I made five different proposals to Mr Iglesias to reach an understanding over these last four years: from a Socialist government with external support from Unidas Podemos , to a coalition government that was rejected by Mr Iglesias and by Unidas Podemos.

Do you still maintain this "no is no" with Unidas Podemos? What I believe is that if something has been proved over these last few months, then it is that the proposal for a coalition government with Unidas Podemos is not viable. Does that mean that we cannot reach an understanding with Mr Iglesias and with Unidas Podemos on specific policies to set a progressive legislature in motion?

I think we can. What's more, I am very surprised by what has happened over recent months, since 28 April, with Unidas Podemos rejecting the cooperation it had with the Socialist Party and with the government over these last 12 months, because we have shown many things.

We have shown, for example, that by reaching out, whilst remaining firm in upholding the law, we have been able to reduce the social support for the pro-independence movement in Catalonia. We have shown that a response can be offered to illegal immigration, from a progressive, humanistic perspective that is completely different to what other countries are doing.

We have shown that you can create growth and that this growth can be re-distributed while recovering unemployment benefits for those over the age of 52, recovering National Insurance contributions for non-professional female carers under our national long-term care system, raising the minimum wage and fighting job insecurity.

And creating two governments in one: a Socialist Party government, and another Unidas Podemos government, when the Socialist Party and Unidas Podemos seriously disagree on such fundamental issues as Catalonia.

That sounds a bit strong, doesn't it? What I said is that if the Ministry of the Treasury, the pensions in this country or the Ministry of Energy Policy were in the hands of people who don't have any political experience or experience in public management. The Socialist Party is where it has always been. We are a social democratic option; we are a moderate left-wing party; we are a pragmatic left-wing party that wishes to tackle the contemporary challenges facing our society, regarding digitalisation, the ecological transition, job insecurity, youth unemployment, science and universities.

In short, regarding everything that today comprises the political-social and economic reality that needs tackling to win the future. And also, quite clearly, resolving many of the urgent situations we are facing, such as the challenge of Brexit and the economic slowdown.

And obviously the Catalan issue. Who would you feel most comfortable with? But it is also clear, and I have shared my thoughts with you in this very room, that on questions of State, of co-existence in our country, I have some serious differences with Unidas Podemos.

I also have them with Ciudadanos. This is a party that has forged pacts with the far right. I find it very striking that Unidas Podemos says that I want to move towards the right wing, that I want to forge a pact with Albert Rivera, when you only have to listen to Mr Rivera to become well aware that there are scant possibilities of reaching an understanding.

And then, of course, you have Albert Rivera calling the socialists a gang. Bildu-ETA… What was you conversation about? No-one believed it except Mr Rivera. I think that he was looking at many voters who are fairly disappointed with Mr Rivera at this time.

Just look, I challenge, to some degree, one of the considerations that are being proposed by the analysts saying that the outcome on 10 November will be very similar. Just look, I believe that a great opportunity is opening up for our citizens in November. Let me explain. The right wing is saying that perhaps, this time, in less than days they will have the chance to win.

I think that our citizens made it quite clear on 28 April, and again on 26 May, that they wanted the Socialist Party to govern. Hence, the result is quite clear; it is quite a different matter that the right wing in this country in its three manifestations has not accepted the election result.

Repeating elections is automatic, it is constitutional, and precisely what I have tried to do over these last few months is avoid that. Hence, I share our citizens' frustrations.

But, I repeat, we have an opportunity on 10 November to close off a period of instability, to commence a period of stability, with a strong, cohesive government that can address these transformations. I have demonstrated over these last few months, above all at the head of the government, with only 84 MPs, before we were a caretaker government, that we are able to structure and identify the parliamentary fragmentation in our country. We managed to push through a great many laws with a social impact, to improve the lives of our citizens, above all those who are suffering the most, because they have fewer resources, because they are more vulnerable to crises, and hence need the support and protection of certain policies.

But look, on 10 November, our citizens will have much more information at hand. They will have more information about Unidas Podemos. They now know that Unidas Podemos is a political party that not only twice, but on four occasions, has prevented the formation of a Socialist Party government, together with the People's Party, with Ciudadanos , and with the far right. But who proposed the vote of no confidence? The Socialist Party as Leader of the Opposition.

It sometimes seems, when you listen to Unidas Podemos , that it is only thanks to Unidas Podemos that today I am the Acting President of the Government. And I have always acknowledged that. But it isn't right and fair that the participation and leadership of the Socialist Party in the vote of no confidence isn't acknowledged.

I stress, Unidas Podemos has not only shown me, the Socialist Party, even Ms Carmena in the City Council of Madrid, that if you don't do what Mr Iglesias decides and wants, then he is capable of trampling over even the municipal government of the City Council of Madrid, and its mayor, Ms Carmena.

As regards C's, our citizens start to have much more accurate information about them now. Prior to the elections, Ciudadanos spoke about reds and blues. We now know that more blues are almost black. This is a political party that when it has the chance to join with the right and the far right, never mind the cases of corruption, the years that the People's Party has been in power, they will join the People's Party and the far right to take institutions away from the Socialist Party.

Just yesterday, Mr Rivera said this again. What's more, it is interesting…. And, as regards the People's Party, a party that demanded in and that the Socialist Party had to abstain so that it could form a government, we have clearly seen how it has used its majority to forge a stalemate that has now forced us into holding repeat general elections.

I don't know if you can see this, but the other day Pablo Iglesias said this. He said, the veto of me to form a potential coalition government, for a potential vice-presidency of the government, runs out on 10 November. He expressed it in the following way:. Iglesias: "That's right; if not I wouldn't stand. We have gone through an exceptional situation in which a party vetoes the candidate of its partner while there are millions of citizens who give me their support once again…" Q.

What has no expiry date is… Q. Pablo Iglesias: Of course]. I said to him, good, that's perfect, but I am not thinking about 10N, I am thinking about trying to avoid elections, and hence hold an investiture before the deadline runs out on 23 September. Unfortunately, that didn't happen, But, at any event, to answer him….

Pablo Iglesias - you yourself said this here - is the main obstacle. But why is Pablo Iglesias the main obstacle, while, for example, you would accept Irene Montero, who thinks the same as Pablo Iglesias, as Vice-President of the Government? Because I understood that the two leaders of main parties meant having a two-headed government.

When we started the negotiation for the coalition government, and Mr Iglesias, from Unidas Podemos , said to the Socialist Party's negotiating team that they would not sit down at the table unless we accepted a vice-presidency of the government for Ms Montero, I accepted that.

What is the problem? That what underpinned the approach of Unidas Podemos was not a single government, but two governments - a co-government. They wanted a Socialist Party government together with a Unidas Podemos government. But what I ask our citizens is that they put themselves in my shoes and ask, is it worth being the President of the Government and yet having a government doomed to failure in a question of months and hence return to the polling stations in five, six, seven or eight months?

And within a co-government, you have to give me the Treasury, Social Security and Energy Policy, and hence you must appreciate that, first of all, the Socialist Party has an interest, a goal, which is to respond to the main concern of our people, which is employment, and the quality of jobs.

I had serious differences with and doubts about Unidas Podemos in terms of it forming part of the government, but in the end I accepted. I accepted that there would be a coalition government.

I accepted that they would hold a vice-presidency of the government, and three ministerial portfolios - which they scorned and said were for mere show and had no transformative powers. In short, they considered that it wasn't worthwhile, that it wasn't enough, that it was insulting and humiliating, they even said. Well it wasn't a question of a veto. I respect Mr Iglesias.

Upon its launch, it was a television data cast channel provided by Grupo Planeta to digital television viewers in Spain. It was first founded on 18 March , and later, it began broadcasting on 1 April , that same year in Madrid broadcasting 24 hours a day. The channel expanded to fellow Antena 3 stations in Barcelona and Valencia in Beca TV was modified for state-based programming and program promotions.

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