Trial of Pedro Sánchez: Why do they hate him or love him? Four years with arguments in favor and against. by EL ESPAÑOL
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On July 23, 2023, general elections were held in Spain, which were advanced by the Prime Minister following the outcome of the municipal and regional elections on May 28.
This visual article reviews everything that happened during Pedro Sánchez's XIV legislature, including both the successes and mistakes according to EL ESPAÑOL's judgment. This timeline covers the first coalition government in Spain and the story of a president who left no one indifferent.
It has been three and a half years in which the country faced a turbulent time, initially marked by the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as tensions between the PSOE and Podemos, and concessions to Catalan independence groups and EH-Bildu.
The news piece provides detailed information with graphics and infographics about ministerial changes, political events, motions of censure, and law votes. The color green is used to indicate the points in favor, red for the points against, and grey for important neutral moments of the legislature that offer an overall perspective on the government's merits and demerits.
CreditsVisual narratives design team; Lina Smith, head of design visual narratives; Cristina Pita; visual data journalist; Jorge Calabrés, journalist of political and Editor of sports.