Spain’s Sanchez will call other parties to break political deadlock

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MADRID (Reuters) – Spain’s Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez said on Sunday that he would call other party leaders starting on Monday to tackle a political stalemate after the country’s fourth election in four years again delivered a hung parliament.

Acting Prime Minister Sanchez said he aimed to form a stable, “progressive” government.

Reporting by Jesus Aguado, Belen Carreno, Ashifa Kassam; Writing by Andrei Khalip

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