Spain, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy warned that voters in the country could face a third polls in less than a year. The two parties with the biggest share of the latest vote have been in talks for seven months but have not agreed on forming a government.
The Socialists refuse to back the largest party, the Popular Party. Elections in December and June gave no clear majority to any party. The Prime Minister said holding a third election would be nonsense. Last week, the king of Spain asked Mr Rajoy to try to form a new government.