The draft law goes to the Senate, where it is likely to pass. The country would join a handful of others allowing terminally ill patients to obtain aid to end their lives.
European leaders who have been in contact with the French president will isolate and be tested. Mr. Macron has experienced symptoms, but showed no signs of illness in a video appearance.
Vox, an ultranationalist party in Madrid, is working to remove memorials to Socialist figures of the 1930s, calling the effort a warning that a “law of historical memory” should be abolished.
His decision to leave Spain amid investigations related to his wealth has outraged many Spaniards and caused tensions within the country’s fragile coalition government.
The Spanish epidemic has become a painful example of the tendency of one government after another to ignore the experiences of countries where the virus has already struck.
A storied tradition has been weakened by animal rights concerns. With the pandemic halting bullfights, breeders and others face hard choices.
Borders and businesses are reopening, even as politicians and scientists warn that new waves of coronavirus infection might be on the way.
No country is really sure how many people it has lost to the pandemic. But in Spain, it has become bitterly political.
It took Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez too long to bring coherence to the pandemic’s response. Overconfidence in our health care capacity took care of the rest.