Spain faces a decisive electoral cycle in two runs. The first, on April 28, with the general elections -as well as regional elections in the Valencian Community-; the second, on May 26, with the celebration of municipal, European and regional elections - in a dozen communities, in addition to Ceuta and Melilla.
With the date of May 26 already scheduled, the President of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, convened on February 15 general elections. He did so after his general state budgets did not exceed the vote on the amendments to the totality and without leaving too much time: the date set was Sunday, April 28.
To this end, the decree of dissolution of the Cortes - Congress and Senate was published on March 5. This past Friday, April 12, the electoral campaign started, stretching for two weeks until Friday, the 26th of the same month. The following Saturday is a reflection day for the voting day of 28-A, when it will be possible to vote from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.. For the 21st of May the constituent session of the Cortes is foreseen, a horizon that will be framed in full campaign of the municipal, European and autonomic.
The elections of April 28 will be the third general elections within a period of less than four years after the elections of December 20, 2015 that were consumed in a legislature without investiture; and the consequent electoral repetition of June 26, 2016, which granted the presidency to the PP. However, the XII Legislature would veer last June with the motion of censure that dethroned Mariano Rajoy and urged Pedro Sanchez to Moncloa.