ALBERT Rivera has admitted that nobody from the PP or Socialist PSOE have contacted him regarding a possible political pact.
The Ciudadanos leader, whose party won 40 seats in December’s general election, compared the current impasse to a ‘cold war’.
Spain is still without a government following the election when the PP won 123 seats and the PSOE gained 90.
Criticising the lack of movement between the two main parties, Rivera said: “Nobody is capable of taking a step back.”
Rivera is due to meet with King Felipe for talks later today.