Partido Popular win Spains general elections
Spain are to hold their general elections today, 20th November 2011. As previously reported, the Partido Popular are set to win this years elections while the PSOE lose many of their seats. In a recent survey it was revealed that Mariano Rajoy (Partido Popular) would get 194 seats, (45.4% of the votes) while Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba (PSOE) will achieve 112 seats (30.9% of the votes).
35.779.208 people in Spain and 1.559.044 in the Canary Islands are eligible to vote in todays elections.
20:37 – The Partido Popular have won Spains 2011 general elections after obtaining an overwhelming majority. More soon.
15:30 – Participation levels so far today are 27.97%, 3% lower than the last general elections.
13:45 – Turnout at the polling stations in the Canaries is so far lower than the previous general elections.
10:15 – Polling stations have opened with normality in the Canary Islands where just over one and a half million people are expected to vote in the national elections.
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