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Spanish corruption row seen shaking but not felling PM

MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy may take a pounding from fresh corruption allegations against his People's Party but the government is strong enough to ride the storm, analysts and sources say.Full story

Spain's Rajoy denies wrongdoing in kickbacks scandal

MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday strongly denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens to erode his credibility just as he is making headway against a deep economic crisis. Full story

Spain's ruling party says all payments to its leaders are legal

MADRID (Reuters) - The secretary general of Spain's ruling People's Party said on Thursday that all payments to its party leaders are clean and legal, denying allegations of corruption in newspaper El Pais. Full story

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Spanish Prime Minister and the ruling People's Party leader Mariano Rajoy gestures as he presides over his party's national executive committee in Madrid
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