(AGI) Madrid, Nov 2 - Spain has been affected by a political'earthquake' as the anti-government 'indignados' movement isbecoming the country's leading party, by the name of 'Podemos'.Since the return of democracy in the 1970s, Spain had beenaccustomed to a bipartisan political framework with the PSE(Socialists) on one side and the PP (Popular Party) on theother. Despite 'Podemos' being established only ten months ago,it has become the country's top party now with twelve months togo before new elections. According to a survey carried out byEl Pais, 'Podemos', led by Pablo Iglesias, aged 36, is at 27.7percent, followed by the Socialist opposition at 26.2 percent,and third is currently Mariano Rajoy's Partido Popular at 20.7percent. . .