Spain: Rajoy agrees anti-corruption measures to end stalemate
19 Aug 2016

The announcement by acting prime minister Mariano Rajoy comes after his corruption-hit PP agreed to implement a series of anti-graft measures required by Ciudadanos as a condition to sitting down for talks on backing its bid to form a minority government.

Rajoy has been trying to garner support from his rivals to form a government following elections in June — the second in six months — that saw his conservative PP come first without an absolute majority, but until this week has had no success.

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