The doctoral thesis of Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez is seen inside the library of Camilo Jose Cela University in Villanueva de la Canada, near Madrid, Spain September 13, 2018. REUTERS/Juan Medina
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Spanish Prime Minister Pablo Sanchez published his doctoral thesis online Friday to deflect any doubts over its existence and refute allegations of plagiarism raised by media and the political opposition.A day earlier Sanchez, a Socialist, wrote on Facebook that he considered the plagiarism allegations a "personal attack" by opposition parties in the absence of a "solid political project". Media lined up at the library of Sanchez's alma mater in Madrid Wednesday shortly after another opposition leader, Citizens' Albert Rivera, dared the prime minister to publish his thesis to dispel "reasonable doubts" over its existence. The journalists found a single printed copy that the university wouldn't allow to be copied, and also learned that Sanchez had not authorized online copies.
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