Warum junge Spanier ihre Regierung satt haben

Trotzdem könnte sie an der Macht bleiben.
Von Steffen Lüdke
epa05074550 Spanish Socialist Party (PSOE) general secretary and Prime Minister candidate Pedro Sanchez during an election campaign event in Barcelona, Spain, 18 December 2015. Spain will hold general elections on 20 December 2015. EPA/ANDREU DALMAU +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
epa05074550 Spanish Socialist Party (PSOE) general secretary and Prime Minister candidate Pedro Sanchez during an election campaign event in Barcelona, Spain, 18 December 2015. Spain will hold general elections on 20 December 2015. EPA/ANDREU DALMAU +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++ Foto: dpa / Andreu Dalmau
epa05074678 Spanish Prime Ministre and People's Party (PP) candidate Mariano Rajoy waves to supporters as he arrives at an election campaign rally in Madrid, Spain, 18 December 2015. Spanish general election will be held on 20 December. EPA/JUANJO MARTIN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
epa05074678 Spanish Prime Ministre and People's Party (PP) candidate Mariano Rajoy waves to supporters as he arrives at an election campaign rally in Madrid, Spain, 18 December 2015. Spanish general election will be held on 20 December. EPA/JUANJO MARTIN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++ Foto: dpa / Juanjo Martin
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