Spain's Popular Party 'has won election': deputy PM

Popular Party supporters follow the results of Spain's general elections outside the party's headquarters in Madrid on December 20, 2015Spain’s ruling conservative Popular Party won Sunday’s general election with 28.7 percent of the vote, Deputy Prime Minister Soraya Saenz de Santamaria said. “According to the information we have, with 90.39 percent of the ballots counted, the Popular Party won this general election,” she said.

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