Other analysts, however, believe that the fragmentation of the Spanish party landscape will lead to lengthy coalition negotiations. Whether this is a pity for the economy, however, may be an open question, according to the British analyst TS Lombard. Once before, in 2015 and 2016, Spain was without a government for nearly ten months, and there were two elections without any negative impact on the economy.
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