The coexistence of PSOE and United We Can in the Council of Ministers is becoming more complicated every day. The tension of the coalition partners has skyrocketed in recent months and especially in the Catalan campaign. Gone are the hugs and complicit smiles after sealing the programmatic agreement between Pedro Sánchez and Pablo Iglesias just over a year ago. The discomfort is evident in the leadership of both formations, although the parties try to downplay it publicly. The pressures and the crossing of accusations have become a constant since the first steps of the first bipartisan, which violates even the operating protocols that they signed just thirteen months ago.
The struggle between PSOE and United We can intensify in the final stretch of the Catalan campaign