Rajoy Faces Aug. 30 Confidence Vote in Bid to End Spain DeadlockBy and
Premier’s party to begin formal talks with liberals Friday
Rajoy still needs more support to take office for second term
Spain’s Acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy will face a parliamentary confidence vote for the end of the month in his bid to form a government as he inched closer to breaking the country’s political gridlock in discussions about an alliance with the liberal party Ciudadanos.
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