Left wing party Podemos' leader Pablo Iglesias (L) gestures during a meeting with Spanish caretaker Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy at La Moncloa palace in Madrid, on December 28, 2015. AFP PHOTO / PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU
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The leader of Spain's leftist Podemos Party told Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy he won't offer any support for a new government formed by Rajoy's party, which won the most votes in the Dec. 20 national election but failed to get a parliamentary majority.Pablo Iglesias said after meeting with Rajoy that his party won't agree to become part of a coalition led by Rajoy's Popular Party and would not indirectly support Rajoy by abstaining during a parliamentary leadership vote.Socialist Party leader Pedro Sanchez Monday said his party would talk with others to try to form a government if Rajoy and the Popular Party fail.
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