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February 01, 2013
A man holds a fake 500 Euro note and envelopes that read "PP Corrupted" during a demonstration in Madrid...
Madrid, Spain
A man holds a fake 500 Euro note and envelopes that read "PP Corrupted" during a demonstration in Madrid...
A man holds a fake 500 Euro note and envelopes that read "PP Corrupted" during a demonstration in Madrid February 1, 2013. Spain's ruling People's Party denied on Thursday that Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and other leaders received payments from a slush fund after a newspaper published what it said were secret party accounts. El Pais published images of excerpts of almost two decades of handwritten accounts that it said were maintained by People's Party treasurers. The newspaper said the accounts showed 11 years of payments to Rajoy of 25,200 euros ($34,200) a year. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MEDIA)
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