It was the turn of the Portuguese press at the joint appearance of the heads of government after the Spanish-Portuguese summit this Wednesday in Lanzarote. “There are those who say in Portugal that we have an overheated and tired socialist majority. Do you share that opinion?” a journalist asked Pedro Sánchez. The Spanish president, who is coming from barely getting through the toughest weeks in the coexistence of the coalition he leads and seeing the repeal of the gag law fall due to lack of parliamentary support, was speaking next to a man, Antònio Costa, who governs his country with 117 of 230 seats. He couldn’t help but smile. “What I can guarantee you is that I have a healthy envy of Prime Minister Costa’s parliamentary majority,” he replied.