- PSOE at odds over welfare. Webster, Justin // New Statesman & Society;10/15/93, Vol. 6 Issue 274, p10
Reports on the debate within the Spanish Socialist Party (PSOE) over welfare policies. Spanish minister of public works Jose Borrell's response to a speech made by party spokesman Carlos Solchaga on the welfare state; Solchaga's series of questions about the social security system; Low profile...
- Drubbing for Felipe in Spanish polls. Webster, Justin // New Statesman & Society;6/2/95, Vol. 8 Issue 355, p11
Reports that Felipe Gonzalez would not resign as leader of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE). Defeat in the 1995 regional and local elections; Gains of the Popular Party; Analysis of the election by PSOE vice-secretary Alfonso Guerra; Growth of the economy.
- Gonzalez wins party battle. Webber, Justin // New Statesman & Society;3/25/94, Vol. 7 Issue 295, p10
Reports on the success of Spanish Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez in staving off challenges to his leadership of the Socialist Worker's Party. Taint of scandals on the party apparatus; Failure of removing party militants; Struggle over free market deregulation policies.
- Gonzalez on the ropes. Webster, Justin // New Statesman & Society;5/20/94, Vol. 7 Issue 303, p10
Focuses on corruption scandals in Spain and their implications on the government of Spanish Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez. Gonzalez's triumph at congress of Spanish Socialist Workers Party (PSOE); Opposition party Partido Popular; Series of resignations from government and parliament;...
- PSOE splits at the top. Webster, Justin // New Statesman & Society;7/30/93, Vol. 6 Issue 263, p10
Reports on the dissolution of the political partnership of Felipe Gonzalez and Alfonso Guerra, leaders of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE). Effect of political scandals; Use of PSOE headquarters in Seville for questionable private business dealings; Scandal concerning PSOE funding.
- In Spain, the center-right Popular Party. MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Christian Science Monitor;5/30/95, Vol. 87 Issue 128, p2
Reports on the Spanish Popular Party's victory over the Socialists in the local elections.
- End of a reign in Spain. Webster, Justin // New Statesman & Society;7/1/94, Vol. 7 Issue 309, p22
Features Felipe Gonzalez, head of the Socialist Workers' party (PSOE) in Spain. Opening of election campaign in Valencia; Success of the United Left (IU) party; Spending on infrastructure; Complete overhaul of education; Scale of corruption scandals.
- 'Marches for dignity' demand end to cuts. // Green Left Weekly;3/26/2014, Issue 1002, p18
The article presents manifesto of the "Marches for Dignity" protests, which has been started against austerity, corruption and the repression of social and civil rights in Spain. Topics discussed include a rally in Madrid, Spain on March 22, 2014, allegations on the Popular Party and the Spanish...
- An End to the Right's Reign In Spain? Hallinan, Conn // Foreign Policy in Focus;12/14/2015, p1
The article reports on the formation of a coalition to end two-party system after the elections in Spain. Topics discussed include role of the People's Party (PP) of Spain and the Socialist Workers Party of Spain to dominate the country, views of Manuel Mostaza Barros, director at Sigma Dos, on...