Spain’s Popular Party Denies New Report About Payments – Wall Street Journal

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Spain’s Popular Party Denies New Report About Payments
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MADRID—Spain’s governing Popular Party, shaken by new allegations in a party-financing scandal, denied a report in the newspaper El País that a long list of party leaders including Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy had received what the newspaper described
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