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FROM Felipe Gonzalez to Mariano Rajoy, nearly all of Spain’s prime ministers since the return of democracy have had one problem: their lack of...
Corruption prosecutors in Spain seeking 15-year jail term for former interior minister in ‘Operation Kitchen’
THE ANTI-CORRUPTION public prosecutor at Spain’s High Court has called for former interior minister Jorge Fernandez Diaz to be given a 15-year prison sentence...
Partido Popular in Spain to annoint Alberto Nuñez Feijoo as new leader at Sevilla conference this weekend
SPAIN'S main opposition party, the conservative Partido Popular(PP) will crown ex-Galicia region president, Alberto Nuñez Feijoo as its new leader at a special party...
MUST READ: European Court of Justice rules against Spain’s Modelo 720 foreign asset law including system of excessive fines
EUROPE'S top court says Spain broke EU laws by imposing harsh penalties on Spanish residents who failed to declare property and bank accounts they...
FORMER Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy appeared before a parliamentary committee on Monday to deny spying and smear allegations dating back nine years. Rajoy, Spain's...
Spain’s former Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy faces €600 fine for allegedly skipping quarantine as probe continues
Spain’s Former Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, has been under scrutiny since April 14 for allegedly breaking confinement rules.
Former prime minister Mariano Rajoy under investigation for ‘going for a jog’ during Spain’s coronavirus lockdown
Mariano Rajoy under investigation for allegedly breaking confinement rules.
New leaked ‘Operacion Kitchen’ documents reveal how Spain’s Partido Popular leaders siphoned off millions for suits and a wedding
Revealed in a series of hand-written notes, kept by former PP treasurer Luis Barcenas, the documents demonstrate how the party was illegally funded on a national scale
The process of cancelling a contract signed between Mariano Rajoy’s former government and the Arab state in 2015 is currently underway
SPAIN will pass a decree today signing off on the exhumation General Franco's body. It comes after new PSOE prime minister made the removal of...
Spain has one of the lowest birth rates in Europe, with the number of deaths outnumbering births last year
The controversial site has faced huge criticism for being the only remaining monument dedicated to a fascist leader in Europe
After making political history Spain’s new prime minister, Pedro Sanchez - dubbed ‘el guapo’ (the handsome one) - is used to defying all odds
It comes after the region's autonomy was suspended for seven months following the pro-independence referendum
Some 180 MPs voted against Rajoy at this morning's no-confidence vote, making PSOE leader Pedro Sanchez, the new prime minister
Future of Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy under threat as opposition parties gain momentum at no-confidence motion debate
The decision of whether to oust Rajoy lies in the hands of just six MPs after the PNV have announced to side with the PSOE
The PP has been plagued by a string of corruption cases in recent months
Correa was convicted of heading a corrupt network that worked with party officials in the Partido Popular
It comes after Rajoy rejected newly appointed leader Quim Torra's selection of cabinet ministers
ONE of Mariano Rajoy's police escort team has been killed after his motorbike was hit on Sunday. A car collided with the policeman and a...
Castro said she had been joking
German authorities have requested further information from the Spanish Supreme Court to decide if they can extradite Puigdemont on the charge of misuse of public funds
SPAIN-ER IN THE WORKS: Brexit ‘breakthrough’ deal at risk after Madrid tables fresh Gibraltar demands
It comes after the UK conceded on fishing rights and immigration last weekend in a bid to seal the deal
Unions and action groups called on retirees to put pressure on the Spanish government to increase state pension payouts
Famous for its lyricless form, Sanchez chose to sing her own lyrics to the anthem’s beat, which was composed so soldiers could march to a beat.
In 2017, Spain claimed 41st position in the global rankings of the Corruption Perception Index (CPI), sharing the slot with Brunei and Costa Rica with a total corruption cost of €203 billion.