Spain's divided Socialists hold key to government as new election looms



An end to Spain's nine-month political deadlock is in sight after the Socialists' leader resigned but the party will have to patch over deep divisions and strike a deal before the end of October for the country to avoid a third election.
Pedro Sanchez quit on Saturday after a majority of party members voted to oust him at a chaotic assembly meeting in which a rift within Spain's main opposition party over how to resolve the country's impasse spilled over into anger and bitterness.
It marked the most dramatic turn in Spanish politics since a national election last December ended four decades... read more

 
2 October 2016 in World News, Views: 34
Source: Reuters
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