James Reynolds juggling in a market
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Why Spanish politics is a juggling act

Spain's Socialist leader looks certain to fail in his bid to become PM after both main rival parties vowed to oppose him.

Pedro Sanchez has been trying to secure support for a coalition government with the centre-right Ciudadanos, following inconclusive December polls in which the Socialists (PSOE) came second.

The BBC's James Reynolds went to a market in Madrid to find out what some Spaniards thought of the political stalemate.

  • 02 Mar 2016
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