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Spanish Prime Minister and Popular Party (PP) leader and candidate for the upcoming December 20 general election, Mariano Rajoy speaks during meeting held on the last day of the official electoral campaign, in Madrid on December 18, 2015. All four candidates are set to close their campaigns in Madrid and the eastern city of Valencia today before an obligatory 'day of reflection' ahead of December 20's vote. AFP PHOTO/ CESAR MANSO / AFP / CESAR MANSO (Photo credit should read CESAR MANSO/AFP/Getty Images)

Spanish Prime Minister and Popular Party (PP) leader and candidate for the upcoming December 20 general election, Mariano Rajoy speaks during meeting held on the last day of the official electoral campaign, in Madrid on December 18, 2015. All four candidates are set to close their campaigns in Madrid and the eastern city of Valencia today before an obligatory 'day of reflection' ahead of December 20's vote.   AFP PHOTO/ CESAR MANSO / AFP / CESAR MANSO        (Photo credit should read CESAR MANSO/AFP/Getty Images)

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Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy speaks to journalists after arriving to attend the funerals for Spanish senator Rita Barbera in Valencia, on November 24, 2016 Veteran Spanish politician Rita Barbera, a prominent figure from Spain's ruling conservative Popular Party who was under investigation for alleged money laundering, died yesterday at a Madrid hotel. / AFP / JOSE JORDAN (Photo credit should read JOSE JORDAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy speaks to journalists after arriving to attend the funerals for Spanish senator Rita Barbera in Valencia, on November 24, 2016
Veteran Spanish politician Rita Barbera, a prominent figure from Spain's ruling conservative Popular Party who was under investigation for alleged money laundering, died yesterday at a Madrid hotel.

 / AFP / JOSE JORDAN        (Photo credit should read JOSE JORDAN/AFP/Getty Images)

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Pablo Iglesias, secretary general of the Podemos party, gestures as he begins to speak at a party conference in Barcelona, Spain on Sunday, Dec. 21, 2014. Podemos, we can in Spanish, formed in the past year and already has wider support than the ruling Peoples Party and the main opposition group, the Socialists, according to a state-run poll released this month. Photographer: Pau Barrena/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Pablo Iglesias, secretary general of the Podemos party, gestures as he begins to speak at a party conference in Barcelona, Spain on Sunday, Dec. 21, 2014. Podemos, we can in Spanish, formed in the past year and already has wider support than the ruling Peoples Party and the main opposition group, the Socialists, according to a state-run poll released this month. Photographer: Pau Barrena/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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MADRID, SPAIN - DECEMBER 18: Ciudadanos (Citizens) party leader Albert Rivera speaks during the final electoral campaign rally at Plaza de Santa Ana on December 18, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. Over 36 million Spaniards will flock to the polls on Sunday December 20, 2015 to vote for 350 members of the parliament and 208 senators. For the first time since 1982, the two traditional Spanish political parties, right-wing Partido Popula (People's Party) and centre-left wing Partido Socialista Obrero Espanol PSOE (Spanish Socialist Workers' Party), are holding a tight election race with two new contenders, Ciudadanos (Citizens) and Podemos (We Can) attracting right-leaning and left-leaning voters respectively. (Photo by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images)

MADRID, SPAIN - DECEMBER 18:  Ciudadanos (Citizens) party leader Albert Rivera speaks during the final electoral campaign rally at Plaza de Santa Ana on December 18, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. Over 36 million Spaniards will flock to the polls on Sunday December 20, 2015 to vote for 350 members of the parliament and 208 senators. For the first time since 1982, the two traditional Spanish political parties, right-wing Partido Popula (People's Party) and centre-left wing Partido Socialista Obrero Espanol PSOE (Spanish Socialist Workers' Party), are holding a tight election race with two new contenders, Ciudadanos (Citizens) and Podemos (We Can) attracting right-leaning and left-leaning voters respectively.  (Photo by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images)