Spain's People's Party (PP) will struggle to hold on to power after Sunday's general election produced no outright winner. It was an election result that will transform Spanish politics.

The traditional two-party system is now gone and two new parties - Podemos and Ciudadanos - will define the political landscape.

PP leader and Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy must now negotiate with other parties to try to form a government.

So what does it all mean for Spain and why did so many voters reject the two main parties?  And how will Europe see the change?

Presenter: Nick Clark


Antonio Barroso, senior vice president at Teneo Intelligence and former senior analyst at Eurasia group.

Berta Barbet Porta, a specialist on political behaviour and public opinion.

Cristobal Herrera, professor at Carlos III University.

Source: Al Jazeera