Spanish Socialist Party (PSOE) leader Pedro Sanchez gives a press conference at the party headquarters in Madrid on Sept. 26, 2016 a day after regional elections in the Basque Country and Galicia. / AFP / PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU
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A group of senior members of Spain's socialist party offered Wednesday a mass resignation in a bid to force party leader Pedro Sanchez out and help break the country's nine-month political deadlock, Spanish media said.Given that two other members had already resigned months ago while another member died, the committee would now have less than half of its members, technically dissolving the body, ushering in an interim management and forcing a party conference to pick a new leadership in a few weeks.
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