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Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has published the last 10 years of his
as he attempts to counter allegations that he and other leaders of his ruling People's Party took kickbacks from a construction firm and private individuals. The scandal has roiled markets and sent Spanish bond yields rising after a period of relative calm had sparked hopes that the eurozone was inching its way out of its debt crisis.
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Well, here in Spain things are not as easy to understand as it seems. Rajoy probably has something to hide like any other politician. With only two major political parties it is very easy to be corrupt. We need more political parties and also we need legislation about transparency we it comes to politicians.
IgnisFatus: Europe is not fixed at all. I am waiting for new lows in the indices.
Feb 10, 2013. 07:53 PM
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