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Mariano Rajoy's Popular Party wins general elections in Spain

(Xinhua)

09:53, November 21, 2011

Mariano Rajoy (R) of the Popular Party waves to his supporters to celebrate victory in the general election on Nov. 20, 2011. Rajoy's center-right Popular Party pocketed over 10,300,000 votes to win 186 seats after nearly 98 percent of the votes were counted. The PP polled 44.5 percent of the votes, enough to win an overall majority and govern Spain without the need to pact with any other parties. (Xinhua/Chen Haitong)
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