Socialists (PSOE) leader Pedro Sanchez gestures during a news conference after his meeting with Podemos (We Can) leader Pablo Iglesias at the Spanish Parliament in Madrid, Spain, February 5, 2016. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
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Spain suffered a fresh setback Friday after the Socialists and anti-austerity party Podemos – key players in a weeks-long bid to form a government – hit a deadlock in talks.Since then, Sanchez has talked to the leaders of most parties that got representation in parliament, ending the week with a chat with Iglesias, whose Podemos came third in elections with 65, very valuable seats.But after the talks, Iglesias said he would not negotiate further with the PSOE if Sanchez insisted on keeping talking to Ciudadanos, which he considers to the right.
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