(ANSA) – MADRID, FEBRUARY 23 – The Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, has denied in Parliament the rumors circulated in recent days according to which the government intends to call early elections to try to take advantage of the serious internal crisis in which the main opposition formation, the Popular Party (PP): “This is a government with a sense of the state, which will give priority to the general interest over any other kind of interest,” he said.
The natural term of the current legislature is the autumn of 2023. “The Spanish government has no intention of bringing forward the general elections or dissolving the Parliament early,” Sánchez assured the deputies.
The premier spoke in response to a brief intervention by the opposition leader, who came under attack from a large part of his party, who immediately left the parliamentary session in progress. (HANDLE).
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