Spain's Podemos rules out help for PM Rajoy to govern

Leader of Spanish centre-right party Ciudadanos (Citizens) Albert Rivera gestures as he speaks during a press conference following his meeting with Spanish caretaker Prime Minister at La Moncloa palace in Madrid, on December 28, 2015. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy today held talks with the leaders of two new parties, Podemos and Ciudadanos that made a strong showing in an inconclusive general election on December 20 as he tries to form a government. AFP PHOTO / PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU





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