madrid - The Spanish king Felipe fourteen party leaders said that came after the recent elections to visit him, but a breakthrough in the political impasse does not seem to be in. He has to tell parliament president Ana Pastor if he sees a candidate for prime minister.
The last in line was Thursday the leader of the Socialists (PSOE), Pedro Sánchez. His gloomy message was that his party against the reappointment of the current Conservative Prime Minister (PP) Mariano Rajoy will vote. The PP came after the recent elections although the largest in the bus, but the absolute majority in June that had the party ever, which did not come into the picture.
Rajoy would prefer a large majority of the PSOE, but that does not succeed. The formation of a minority government in the divided Spanish political landscape does not seem to be in. Thereby threatening the voters again, for the third time since December 2015, should visit the polls.
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