Spain and the inconclusive election

Thumbs up for our system.  At least the winner here gets to form a government quickly. Over in Spain, they had an election and people wonder what the point of it was. Who won?  So far no one really knows.

This is the story:     

Spain was plunged into political uncertainty Monday a day after Alberto Núñez Feijóo’s conservative Popular Party narrowly won the country’s national election but without securing the parliamentary majority needed to topple the five-year-old coalition government of Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez.

The result means Feijóo can’t claim outright victory, though he told his supporters he would try to form a government. That process is likely to take weeks or even months as Sánchez may also be able to secure support from smaller parties to form a governing coalition. A new election could also be called.

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