PM to go through with bud­get test

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spe­cial de­ploy­ments are in place around the sta­di­ums adBy James Parkes join­ing streets through­out the PM PE­DRO Sánchez an­week­end to avoid con­fronta­nounced on Tues­day evening tion be­tween sup­port­ers of that he would be pre­sent­ing the both teams. 2019 bud­get plan to Par­lia­ment

Ar­gen­tinean riot po­lice of­for ap­proval. fi­cers have also ar­rived. to asUn­til this week, the PM, as sist in con­trol­ling the over 500 pub­lished in CB­News, has in­sup­port­ers who have been sisted on not pre­sent­ing the banned from at­tend­ing foot­pro­posal agreed to only be­ball sta­di­ums at home. Po­lice tween the PSOE and Pode­mos fear that some may be ar­rivbe­cause it would lack MPs sup­ing­­Madrid­with­falseIDs.

Sep­a­rate fan zones have With the PP and Ci­u­dadanos been ar­ranged. Rivers sup­warn­ing they will vote against porters in Plaza de Cuzco the bud­get, the PSOE need the north of the sta­dium along sup­port of Basque na­tion­al­ists Paseo de la Castel­lana, while (which they claim to have) and on the same av­enue, but to the their Cata­lan coun­ter­parts ­ south the Bern­abeu, Boca who have so far stated they fans will gather around Nue­would not sup­port the bud­get vos Min­is­te­rios. un­til the 'Cata­lan politi­cians’ in

Both teams have equally prison sit­u­a­tion' is re­solved. shared out 10,000 tick­ets to the An­a­lysts even spec­u­lated fi­nal that will be per­son­ally the PM could call a gen­eral handed to buy­ers one­by­one elec­tion in spring ­ even co­in­ci­with an ID bracelet at the Berd­ing with the lo­cal, re­gional nabeu ticket of­fices. and EU elec­tions in May.

How­ever, the sur­pris­ing rise of far­right wing party Vox in the An­dalucía elec­tion has had an im­me­di­ate ef­fect on all party's plans.

The PSOE fi­asco does no longer al­low for an op­ti­mistic forecast for the party if elec­tions are called in spring. Mean­while, the na­tion­al­ists par­ties' could face even more prob­lems if the ex­treme­right party re­sults are car­ried on to a gen­eral elec­tion.

That fear is what the PM will be play­ing on to ob­tain their sup­port of the bud­get.

Al­ter­na­tively, with the glim elec­tion fore­casts for the so­cial­ists, the PM could de­cide to go ahead with­out a bud­get for 2019 and rule ap­ply­ing royal de­crees ap­proved in Cab­i­net only.

This sit­u­a­tion could not go on too long how­ever as a vote of no­con­fi­dence would al­ways be loom­ing, so an­a­lysts now be­lieve the PM will hang on enough to push a pos­si­ble gen­eral elec­tion date back to Au­tumn next year.

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