Corruption Claims Roil Spain Election as Barcenas Promises Proof

  • Opposition chief says Rajoy not fit to lead in debate Monday
  • Former aide can prove premier knew of slush fund, lawyer says

The corruption allegations that resurfaced this week to spice up Spain’s election campaign could yet derail Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s bid for a second term.

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