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Spain Is Without A National Government (And Spaniards Are Digging It)

Submitted by Joseph Salerno via The Mises Institute, With neither major party able to secure a majority of seats in the national legislature and the two parties unable to agree on a coalition government, for the last 10 months Spain has had a do-nothing caretaker government for the first time in its history. While basic government services continue, no new legislation is being proposed, foreign policy is stuck in place, and many infrastructure and other government projects are frozen.
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