The Spanish left entered government as part of a coalition for the first time since the civil war in the 1930s — and is reaping the rewards of strengthening workers’ rights and rejecting neoliberalism.

MADRID, SPAIN – FEBRUARY 18: The Second Vice-President of the Government and Minister of Labor, Yolanda Diaz, during a Sumar event at the Circulo de Bellas Artes, on 18 February, 2023 in Madrid, Spain. During the meeting, Yolanda Diaz met with experts, users, professionals, organizations representing the sector, scientific societies, NGOs and healthcare unions to discuss the future of healthcare in Spain. (Photo By Fernando Sanchez / Europa Press via Getty Images)

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