Spanish politics is unique across Europe and it is probably one of the most complicated in the region.  The financial crash in 2008 hit the country as hard as anywhere in Europe and the political situation has been tumultuous since.  The country has been suffering from high unemployment and political unrest since then.

The migrant crisis that has hit Europe has affected the country as well with right wing political parties blaming immigrants for the country’s woes.  With the country deeply divided and 5 major political parties, none have been able to achieve a majority and rule the country.

We are here to bring you the latest on the Spanish political climate and how it affects the country.  From the separation movement to the upcoming election we will be there for all of it.