Socialist Party (PSOE) leader Pedro Sánchez, accompanied by his wife and other PSOE members, celebrates the electoral victory outside the party’s headquarters in Ferraz (Madrid).
Popular Party (PP) leader, Pablo Casado (center), and Teodoro García, PP general secretary, greet their supporters outside the party’s headquarters in Génova street, Madrid.
Pedro Sánchez arrives at the Socialist Party headquarters in Madrid.
Caretaker prime minister and PSOE candidate, Pedro Sánchez, celebrates the election results.
PSOE supporters hold up signs reading, “With Iglesias, yes!” to show support for a deal with Unidas Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias.
The leader of Ciudadanos, Albert Rivera (second from the right), and Ciudadanos general secretary, José Manuel Villegas (right), on election night. Rivera resigned from his role on Monday morning, after his party lost more than 40 seats in Sunday’s repeat election.
The leader of the far-right party Vox, Santiago Abascal, celebrates the election results. Vox is now the third-largest force in Spain’s lower house, the Congress of Deputies.
Vox leader, Santiago Abascal, greets supporters and the press from a window of the party’s headquarters in Madrid.
Journalists work outside Vox’s headquarters in Madrid. The far-right party denied journalists from the PRISA group – of which EL PAÍS is a part of – access to the building, even though the National Electoral Commission (JEC) ruled last Friday that the party could not “discriminate” or stop EL PAÍS journalists from attending election events.
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Unidas Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias appears before the press to discuss the results of the general election.
Unidas Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias and deputy Irene Montero (left) arrive at the event space Espacio Harley in Madrid to follow the election results. Iglesias carries his little daughter in his arms.
Más País candidate Íñigo Errejón (center) appears before the media to discuss the election results.
Javier López Hernández (EFE)
From left to right: Roger Torrent, speaker of the Catalan parliament; Marta Villalta, regional deputy for the Catalan Republican Left (ERC); Pere Aragonès, Catalan deputy premier; and Gabriel Rufián, ERC congressional spokesperson, after learning the election results in Barcelona.
Two ERC supporters wear stickers against the far-right party Vox in Barcelona.
The leader of the Basque nationalist party EH Bildu, Arnaldo Ortegi (center), celebrates with the candidate from Alava province, Iñaki Ruiz de Pinedo, and the candidate from Gipuzkoa, Mertxe Aizpurua, after the election results were announced.
Members of the Catalan branch of the Socialist Party (PSC) from left to right: Jaume Collboni, Meritxell Batet, Miquel Iceta, Manuel Cruz and Salvador Illa, at the party's headquarters on Sunday.
Together For Catalonia (Junts per Catalunya) member, Laura Borràs (center), celebrates with the premier of Catalonia, Quim Torra (left), and their colleagues in Barcelona.
Basque Nationalist Party (PNV) deputy, Aitor Esteban (second from the left), party leader Andoni Ortuzar (right) and Basque premier Iñigo Urkullu (left), celebrate the election results at the PNV headquarters in Bilbao.
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Two new deputies of the pro-independence far-left party CUP, Mireia Vehí (centrr) and Albert Botrán (second from the left) at the party's headquarters in Barcelona.
Catalan premier Quim Torra (center) arrives at the Together for Catalonia headquarters in Barcelona.