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Why hasn’t Pedro Sanchez resigned as Spain’s prime minister?

29 April 2024

11:46 PM

29 April 2024

11:46 PM

Pedro Sanchez has decided to stay on as Spain’s Socialist prime minister, despite announcing last week that he was considering resigning. Sanchez suspended his official duties for a few days to make the decision, following the launch of a judicial investigation into his wife, Begoña Gomez, for corruption and influence-peddling. (Sanchez has said the allegations are ‘as scandalous in appearance as they are non-existent.

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