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Spain's opposition Socialists tell Rajoy to resign

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A demonstrator who is dressed up for the carnival shouts slogans during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion Square in Malaga, southern Spain, February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against the economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon Nazca

A demonstrator who is dressed up for the carnival shouts slogans during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion Square in Malaga, southern Spain, February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against the economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon Nazca
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SUSANA VERA

A demonstrator holds a sign that reads "PP resignation" during a protest outside the headquarters of the ruling People's Party (Partido Popular) in Madrid February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Susana Vera

A demonstrator holds a sign that reads "PP resignation" during a protest outside the headquarters of the ruling People's Party (Partido Popular) in Madrid February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Susana Vera
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SUSANA VERA

Demonstrators stage a protest outside the headquarters of the ruling People's Party (Partido Popular) in Madrid February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. The signs read: "The shame of Spain" (L) and "resignation". REUTERS/Susana Vera

Demonstrators stage a protest outside the headquarters of the ruling People's Party (Partido Popular) in Madrid February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. The signs read: "The shame of Spain" (L) and "resignation". REUTERS/Susana Vera
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SUSANA VERA

A demonstrator carries a sign that reads "No more lies!", as they cut off traffic after a protest outside the headquarters of the ruling People's Party (Partido Popular) in Madrid February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Susana Vera

A demonstrator carries a sign that reads "No more lies!", as they cut off traffic after a protest outside the headquarters of the ruling People's Party (Partido Popular) in Madrid February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Susana Vera
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SUSANA VERA

Demonstrators shout slogans as they cut off traffic after a protest outside the headquarters of the ruling People's Party (Partido Popular) in Madrid February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Susana Vera

Demonstrators shout slogans as they cut off traffic after a protest outside the headquarters of the ruling People's Party (Partido Popular) in Madrid February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Susana Vera
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SUSANA VERA

A demonstrator wears an envelope on her forehead that reads: "Fewer envelopes and more doctors" during a protest outside the headquarters of the ruling People's Party (Partido Popular) in Madrid February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Susana Vera

A demonstrator wears an envelope on her forehead that reads: "Fewer envelopes and more doctors" during a protest outside the headquarters of the ruling People's Party (Partido Popular) in Madrid February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Susana Vera
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SUSANA VERA

Demonstrators shout slogans as they cut off traffic after a protest outside the headquarters of the ruling People's Party (Partido Popular) in Madrid February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Susana Vera

Demonstrators shout slogans as they cut off traffic after a protest outside the headquarters of the ruling People's Party (Partido Popular) in Madrid February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Susana Vera
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SUSANA VERA

Demonstrators raise their hands during a protest outside the headquarters of the ruling People's Party (Partido Popular) in Madrid February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Susana Vera

Demonstrators raise their hands during a protest outside the headquarters of the ruling People's Party (Partido Popular) in Madrid February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Susana Vera
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JON NAZCA

A demonstrator holds an envelope with a fake 50 Euro note that reads "Rajoy Resignation" during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion square in Malaga, southern Spain February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon Nazca

A demonstrator holds an envelope with a fake 50 Euro note that reads "Rajoy Resignation" during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion square in Malaga, southern Spain February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon Nazca
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JON NAZCA

A demonstrator holds an envelope that reads "Corruption. P.P. Continue voting for them" (referring to People's Party) during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion square in Malaga, southern Spain February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon Nazca

A demonstrator holds an envelope that reads "Corruption. P.P. Continue voting for them" (referring to People's Party) during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion square in Malaga, southern Spain February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon Nazca
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JON NAZCA

A demonstrator holds a sign that reads "Resign is not a Russian name" (referring to People's Party), during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion square in Malaga, southern Spain February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon Nazca

A demonstrator holds a sign that reads "Resign is not a Russian name" (referring to People's Party), during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion square in Malaga, southern Spain February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon Nazca
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JON NAZCA

Demonstrators hold up a tent as a police officer tries to stop them during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion Square in Malaga, southern Spain, February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against the economic crisis. The signs read, "Stop evictions" (L) and "Rajoy is false" (R...more

Demonstrators hold up a tent as a police officer tries to stop them during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion Square in Malaga, southern Spain, February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against the economic crisis. The signs read, "Stop evictions" (L) and "Rajoy is false" (R bottom). REUTERS/Jon Nazca
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A demonstrator carries a tent, symbolizing his unity with other protesters camping around the squares in Spain, during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion Square in Malaga, southern Spain February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against the economic crisis. The sign (R) reads,...more

A demonstrator carries a tent, symbolizing his unity with other protesters camping around the squares in Spain, during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion Square in Malaga, southern Spain February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against the economic crisis. The sign (R) reads, "Rajoy is false". REUTERS/Jon Nazca
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A local police officer confiscates a tent placed by demonstrators to symbolise their unity with other protesters camping around the squares in Spain, during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion Square in Malaga, southern Spain, February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against the...more

A local police officer confiscates a tent placed by demonstrators to symbolise their unity with other protesters camping around the squares in Spain, during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion Square in Malaga, southern Spain, February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against the economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon Nazca
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A demonstrator uses his mouth to hand over his identity card to a local police officer during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion Square in Malaga, southern Spain, February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against the economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon Nazca

A demonstrator uses his mouth to hand over his identity card to a local police officer during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion Square in Malaga, southern Spain, February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against the economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon Nazca
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JON NAZCA

A demonstrator gestures while carrying a sign that reads "That is enough! Resign now! " (referring to the People's Party) during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion Square in Malaga, southern Spain, February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against the economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon...more

A demonstrator gestures while carrying a sign that reads "That is enough! Resign now! " (referring to the People's Party) during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion Square in Malaga, southern Spain, February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against the economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon Nazca
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JON NAZCA

Demonstrators hold up a tent, symbolizing their unity with other protesters camping around the squares in Spain, during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion Square in Malaga, southern Spain February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against the economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon Nazca

Demonstrators hold up a tent, symbolizing their unity with other protesters camping around the squares in Spain, during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion Square in Malaga, southern Spain February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against the economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon Nazca
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JON NAZCA

Demonstrators hold up a tent, symbolizing their unity with other protesters camping around the squares in Spain, during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion Square in Malaga, southern Spain February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against the economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon Nazca

Demonstrators hold up a tent, symbolizing their unity with other protesters camping around the squares in Spain, during a protest against political corruption at La Constitucion Square in Malaga, southern Spain February 2, 2013. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrongdoing in a growing corruption scandal that threatens his credibility just as he makes headway against the economic crisis. REUTERS/Jon Nazca
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