So from what I understand, the left are so challenged by the right that they are holding a referendum to combine as one party?
How the fuck is this legal?
>Facing the right and the extreme right, do you want the left and the ecologists to unite?
the left is in panic, they control 21 of 22 regions and they will lose most of them in the coming election, so to limit the fall they want to have a single candidate against the candidates of the right and the far right, so they can at least get to the second turn
Party merging is perfectly legal, one will simply back off the elections and publicly advise its voters to support x party
Still ,the left is in shamble and the ecologists are worth 1%, so who give a fuck
>Spanish left unite together cause "huur the republic has a right-wing goverment"
>Frente Popular born
>Rig the elections
>Win by fraud
>Franco get his shit together and says it's enough.
Don't worry France... You'll go from republic to dictatorship soon as we did.
It's a typical leftist tactic when they get desperate.
They did the same thing in Hungary, calling themselves the "democractic opposition" (so by definition anyone else must not be democratic).
Similar thing is happening in Portugal, center-right coalition won the elections without majority, the left won't cooperate and is now holding discussions about forming the government themselves.
Because millions of people voted for the individual policies of the two parties and now they're merging into one? Doesn't that sound like silencing the power of the vote?