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May 21, 2015
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy (C) waves next to Valencia's mayor Rita Barbera (R) and and regional...
Valencia, Spain
Spanish PM Rajoy waves next to Valencia's mayor Barbera and and regional president Fabra during an electoral...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy (C) waves next to Valencia's mayor Rita Barbera (R) and and regional president Alberto Fabra during an electoral meeting for Spain's People's Party (PP) at the bull ring in Valencia, Spain, May 21, 2015. From coalitions to chaos, local elections taking place on Sunday in Spain are set to draw a fragmented and complex political map that could sap the country's stability and hurt Rajoy's bid to win reelection later this year. The polls suggest that leftist Podemos and centrist Ciudadanos, the two parties that have burst into mainstream Spanish politics over the past year, will confirm their popularity with disgruntled voters, but do not have enough momentum to steal the scene entirely from their more established rivals. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
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