If it were regional elections in Spanish Andalucia today would Socialist PSOE become the largest party. Partido Popular would get nearly twice as many votes as the new protest party Podemos. It shows a recent poll from Egopa (Estudio General de Opinion Publica de Andalucia) at Granada University.
On 22 March is it the regional elections in Andalucia. The survey shows that the PSOE currently receive 6.1 percent more votes than the Partido Popular . PSOE leader in Andalucia Susana Diaz is one of the few social democratic politicians who seem to have success on the political front in Spain.
PSOE would get 35.2 percent of the vote, followed by the Partido Popular with 29.1, Podemos, 14.9 and United Left IU receiving 8.4 percent. This means that the two largest parties get 64 percent of the vote.
At the last regional elections became the Partido Popular largest party but kept the PSOE government power in Andalucia by means of an alliance together with the United Left IU. Earlier this year announced Susana Diaz election in Andalucia held on 22 March.
The coastal train a multi broken promise by the Spanish Government
The expansion of the local train on the Costa del Sol has announced no less than 30 times in the last 15 years, usually in conjunction with regional or government elections.
Diario Sur tarnishing a big part of the hopes the latest news on the extension of the coastal train brought. Since May 1999, an expansion namely announced a full 30 times, but the project has yet come close to reality.
Spain Industry Minister Ana Pastor said that the expansion of the coastal train to Marbella property is a priority, and lately, the mayor also east of Málaga called for a connection to and including Nerja.
Second Hands properties upturn in the market in Spain
The number of properties sold in Spain rose last year by 2.2 percent compared to 2013.
These are the first rise at the national level for the broking business since the crisis started in 2008. It was the second properties which contributed to the turnaround, with sales up 18.4 percent and a total of close to 200,000 items. Unit sales of newly constructed items amounted to just under 120,000, which was 16.9 percent less than the year before.
The reason for recovery is considered both be greater access to credit but also foreign investment. have fallen on average by 40 percent since the crisis began, although the fall was less in areas where foreign demand is greatest.
But the figures are totally misunderstood because a property in Spain is defined as used / second-hand property if it is more than two years old, which today is 100,000′s of newly built and unused property is, so the numbers will increase each year until the banks and builders have sold of their stocks of newly built properties.
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