On June 1, 2018, the Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party (PSOE) made history when their candidate, Pedro Sánchez, was sworn in as the new Prime Minister of Spain. This marks the first time in decades that the PSOE has held the highest office in the country.
PSOE Politician is Spain’s New Premier
On June 1, 2018, Pedro Sánchez was sworn in as the new Prime Minister of Spain. He is the first politician from the PSOE (Partido Socialista Obrero Español) to occupy this office since the party was formed in 1979. Prior to this, the PSOE had never held the highest office in the country.
Sánchez was elected by the Spanish Parliament after a successful vote of confidence, with 169 votes in favor and 165 against. This marked the first time in Spanish history that a Prime Minister had been elected without a majority in Parliament.
Sánchez had previously served as Spain’s Deputy Prime Minister from 2014 to 2018, and he was the leader of the PSOE from 2014 to 2018. He has held a number of other political posts, including Minister of Education, Culture and Sports, and Minister of the Presidency.
June 1, 2018 Marks Historic Day for Socialist Party
June 1, 2018 marked a historic day for the PSOE, as it was the first time that one of their candidates had been elected as the Prime Minister of Spain. This was a significant moment for the party, as they had been in opposition for decades.
The PSOE had campaigned on a platform of social reform and economic stability. They had promised to focus on creating jobs, reducing inequality, and improving public services.
The election of Sánchez as Prime Minister is seen by many as a sign of the country’s shifting political landscape. It is seen as a victory for the left-wing in Spain, and it is expected to have a profound impact on the country’s future.
The election of Pedro Sánchez as Prime Minister of Spain marks a historic moment for the PSOE. It is a sign of the changing political landscape in the country, and it is expected to have a profound impact on the future of Spain.