Search Continues For Little Gabriel: The search for missing Gabriel Cruz Ramírez continued in Níjar (Andalusia) on Tuesday, without any further developments as to the whereabouts of the eight-year-old boy, a Civil Guard spokesman told The Spain Report. (Read now)

PSOE Has No Confidence In Itself: If the Socialist Party really believes what Pedro Sánchez said yesterday about principles and duty, they should step up and take a bit of a risk by tabling the motion of no confidence themselves. They have enough MPs, 85, to try. (Read now)

New Candidate For Catalan Leader: The Speaker of the Catalan Parliament, Roger Torrent, has formally put forward the former chairman of the Catalan National Assembly, Jordi Sánchez, as the new candidate for First Minister of Catalonia, after Carles Puigdemont withdrew. (Read now)

PSOE Demands Confidence Debate: The Spanish Socialist Party (PSOE) has demanded Mariano Rajoy submit to a motion of no confidence in Congress if the Prime Minister does not succeed in passing a budget on March 23, PSOE leader Pedro Sánchez announced on Monday. (Read now)

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