The assessment above mistakenly placed Podemos as the second biggest political party in the Spanish Parliament. It is not. Actually, Podemos went to 2016 general elections in coalition with another political party (Izquierda Unida), in a joint candidacy called Unidos Podemos. This coalition was third in those elections (with 71 MP), behind the Socialist Party, that was second (with 85 MP).
Therefore, the original judgment of somewhat unbalanced treatment by El Objetivo to the different Spanish political parties must be reassessed. On the contrary, it can be concluded, indeed, that El Objetivo covers with reasonable fairness all the Spanish political parties in its fact-checking section, according to their respective level of representation in the Congress and regardless their ideological alignment.
As an additional evidence of this fairness, it can be taken into account that El Objetivo "dedicated a whole program to evaluate the first year of both Madrid and Barcelona new (Podemos') Governments management,” as El Objetivo has reminded in its explanations.
Although that specific program went beyond their fact-checking section, and therefore it wasn't part of the contents to be analyzed by this assessor, it can be interpreted, indeed, as an additional proof of El Objetivo's commitment to a fair and balanced approach in their analysis of Spanish political reality.
Considering all the above as well as the additional arguments and evidences provided by El Objetivo in their explanations report, this assessor concludes that his original assessment on "nonpartisanship and fairness" must be upgraded from "partial compliance" to "complete compliance."
2a marked as Fully compliant by Ramón Salaverría.