Spain's political stalemate

Oct 04, 2016, 04:13 PM

The BBC's Europe Correspondent Kevin Connolly reports from Jerez de la Frontera in Andalusia, southern Spain. The town is saddled with debt, and the region has some of the worst unemployment figures in western Europe. Spain's economic crisis has taken on a political dimension over the last twelve months - with two successive general elections failing to produce a government. More radical insurgent parties have left their mark on the country's political landscape, as the ongoing impasse leaves Spain facing up to a probable third vote inside a year this December. Produced by Tom Kavanagh.