Rajoy’s Second Term Closer in Spain as Ciudadanos Softens StanceBy
Ciudadanos party sets six conditions for talks with acting PM
Demands include slush fund inquiry, electoral law revision
Mariano Rajoy moved a step closer to breaking seven months of political deadlock in Spain, after the pro-market Ciudadanos party said it would hold talks with the acting prime minister if conditions are met.
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