Spain’s Díaz says ‘never’ thought of leaving government despite election setback

Spain’s Díaz says ‘never’ thought of leaving government despite election setback (1/1)

Spain’s Deputy Prime Minister and Labour Minister Yolanda Díaz, who resigned this week as leader of the left-wing platform Sumar after the party's dismal results in the EU elections, said on Thursday (13 June) she had “never” thought of leaving the coalition government led by Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez's Socialist Party PSOE.

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