1 / The phenomenon of bipartisanship in Spain has weakened in this elections, but it still defines the political environment.
2 / Eventual coalitions between the Popular Party and Ciudadanos could result in a Popular Party government in the Autonomous Communities of Madrid, La Rioja, Castilla y León and Murcia.
4 / It is foreseeable that national and regional parties could govern in Cantabria, Canarias and Navarra.
5 / In the majority of the regional parliaments there will be five or more political parties with parliamentary representation. Balances of power and the so-called “variable geometry” will be critical.
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