In case people do not know about this, these people that might be living under a rock, Spain has gone through a no-confidence vote in its Chamber, because of alleged corruption scandals like the Gürtel Case, by the People's Party, which was the governing Party of Spain, a socialdemocrat center-right Party, considered right wing in Spain. The Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (center-left) has used this scandal to convoke a no-confidence vote between all the parties of Spain, to expel Mariano Rajoy, leader of the PP, from Government power.
That's all you need to know. Now, for what I consider to be wrong and good, Pedro Sánchez, leader of the Socialists, which has become President after againing Citizens, We Can and other small Parties' support: he has used this to get himself to the Presidency. Sánchez has not been elected by the polls, but he used the PP's bad reputation to get himself into power. I don't find his way of becoming President of the Government just, neither was it fair. It is legal, but such an attempt to become President by force was a horrible move by a man that claims that is a democrat. The democrats do not escalate to power because some politicians in a chamber elected him, but rather because of the people's interests. Therefore, he's a hypocrite. He might defend himself daying that Rajoy couldn't take care of his own Party's corruption, which is true, but still, I prefer a corrupt right-leaning party in power, rather than a leftisst Government.
I despite Sánchez's action to interrupt Spain's economic growth under the PP. As former Spanish PP Vicepresident said before leaving her position, the PP "left the country better than how they've found it". It's true. And now, we're about to enter into another type of socialist regression, by controlling housing prices, using Keynesian economic tactics, and more stupid socialist ideals that will give Spain the enormous infrastructure bubble it had in 2008, which exploded and left Spain in great debt and unemployment. I see Spain ruining itself becaude of the PSOE's moves to control the economy and every aspect of the Spanish society. I will call Sánchez “the unelected President with a minority Gov”.