Spain’s wind of change

Spain at the halfway point of 2022, and the direction it’s heading in 2023 with a general election on the horizon.

Photo by alevision.co on Unsplash

During his summer vacation, Michael McCleary returned to Spain on the eve of the first post-Franco general election, a campaign which saw most Spaniards vote for the very first time. “I remember some voting for (Adolfo) Suárez because he was the most handsome candidate!” he says.

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Irish - living in Galicia. Write about Spain, its cities and culture; real people and places; current affairs. Supporter of real journalism.

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Brendan Boyle

Irish - living in Galicia. Write about Spain, its cities and culture; real people and places; current affairs. Supporter of real journalism.