Spain Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez faces key party vote
The embattled leader of Spain's opposition Socialists, Pedro Sanchez, is facing a party vote that may both affect his future and help end the country's political deadlock.
Mr Sanchez has suggested that he could resign if Saturday's party delegates decide to lift his veto on a conservative-led governing coalition.
This week almost half of the party's executive resigned over the issue.
Spain has been in a political limbo for the past nine months.
The results of a general election in December 2015 left a hung parliament. The majority Popular Party (PP) has sought to form a coalition government... read more