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celebrations on the streets of madrid upcoming political groups putting a serious dent in the old guard of spanish politics , the ruling people's policy hit with its worst result and local and regional elections in more than twenty years , the new movers and shakers on the scene the pro business suit adonis and until thirty put at most parties nnnnn nnnnn its name , nnnnn seems , november , drink of corruption , six months before national election , r. and and clearly it's not happening for now , hardy send your leaders of lost in the election yesterday holies people's party and the socialists have alternated power in spain since the end of a dictatorship forty years ago they still came first and second in terms of both numbers but they now have to form coalitions with smaller parties , a fragmentation that could take its toll on the country's position in europe there is first the increase fragmentation which may be a clown little bit %HESITATION there the message of the countries in europe that shows , for instance you're in a coalition you have to , take into account more positions more parties more views , the country has virtually no tradition of compromising on leadership and with the political scene is becoming a lot more fragmented they're all worries that a strong and stable government could still be a long way off