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Spain's People's Party Leader Says He Wants To Help Put A Government Together

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Spain's People's Party Leader Says He Wants To Help Put A Government Together

Spain's People's Party Leader Says He Wants To Help Put A Government Together

Spain’s conservative People’s Party leader Pablo Casado said the country “cannot wait any longer” to have a government.

According to Reuters, he said he would do anything to help a government being put together.

Casado said Spain would be harder to govern after Sunday’s election result.

He said his party, which came in second, would fulfill its “duty.” The leader said they are waiting for the next move from Pedro Sanchez’s Socialists.

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