Spanish economy is in “change cycle” according to Rajoy

After two years of intensive reforms, according to Mariano Rajoy, President of Spain, his country is “in a change of cycle” and has passed from recession to growth, although employment and reducing unemployment continue to be issues to be solved. Under the optimistic...

Obama congratulates Rajoy for “progress” in his economy

The president of Spain, Mariano Rajoy, on his first visit to the White House, tried to impressed Barack Obama with the pseudo idea of ​​an improvement of the Spanish economy. Obama congratulated Rajoy for his “progress,” but also reminded him of the “huge...

Mariano Rajoy will remain in power

Prime Minister of Spain, the conservative Mariano Rajoy, said this Thursday before the parliament of his country that he will not resign over the suspicions of corruption against him and his party, which he denied. “Some participants have demanded my resignation as prime...

Rajoy will answer to the Congress about Barcenas case

The current Spanish prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, bowed to the pressure and announced on Monday that he will appear in the House of Representatives to explain the Barcenas case and “tell his side” on the scandal that involves  the former treasurer of the Popular...

Rajoy faces a possible ultimatum for alleged money laundering

After the controversial revelation made by the former treasurer of the Popular Party (PP), Luis Barcenas, which involved the current Prime Minister of Spain, Mariano Rajoy, for bonuses and an apparent pact offered by the PP to buy the silence of Barcenas, the Spanish newspapers...

Opposition in Spain wants the resignation of Mariano Rajoy

Last Sunday, the Spanish opposition leaders called for the resignation of the current Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, after a newspaper published two messages of former treasurer of his party, when he was accused of making secret payments to various politicians among those Rajoy....

Online petition gathered a million signatures against Mariano Rajoy

An online petition launched on Internet, which called for the resignation of the head of the Spanish government, Mariano Rajoy, and calls for early elections after the corruption scandal revealed of Partido Popular (PP), has exceeded one million signatures. The application was...

Rajoy said that the charges against PP are false

The Prime Minister of Spain, Mariano Rajoy, said yesterday in Berlin, where he met with his German counterpart Angela Merkel, that the alleged corruption charges against him and the members of his party are “absolutely false.” “Everything that concerns me and my...