Editorial Board

Spain Deserves a Government

The country's economic health depends on it.

They need to do more than meet.

Photographer: Angel Navarrete/Bloomberg

Nearly three months after a general election, Spain still hasn’t formed a government. It’s not quite a crisis -- in fact, Spain’s economy is for the most part doing fine -- but it’s not quite a success story, either. The danger is that political drift will lead to economic stasis.

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