Has Spain’s fragmented election called time on two-party politics in Europe?
Germany has been ruled by coalitions since whenever, the UK has just ceased to have a coalition government, or, as the LSE pointed out in 2010:
Currently across the 27 countries of the European Union, 20 (or nearly two thirds) are currently coalition governments. Looking in more detail, ten EU countries (including France, Germany and the UK) have governing coalitions are composed of a mainstream centre-right party in coalition with a Liberal party.
Is it actually necessary to be ignorant these days?