Mariano Rajoy Brey (born 27 March 1955) is a Spanish People's Party politician and the current Prime Minister of Spain, having served since 21 December 2011.
WILL TURKEY GET GAZANS FREED FROM UNDER THE JACK BOOT OF APARTHEID ISRAEL? I wonder when. ? ISH = HAARETZ: "Turkey PM: No reconciliation with Israel until end of Gaza siege Erdogan says Israel answered several Turkish demands in negotiations, but won't agree to normalization of ties without lifting of Gaza blockade. By Barak Ravid | Feb. 11, 2014 | 10:30 PM Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday that he demands a "written protocol" from Israel pledging it will lift the siege over the Gaza Strip as a condition for signing a reconciliation agreement and normalizing relations between the two countries. Speaking at a press conference in Ankara alongside Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, Erdogan said that negotiations with Israel have progressed, but have not ended. He added that Turkey has received an apology from Israel, and that talks over compensation for the families of those killed and wounded on the Mavi Marmara ship in 2010 are ongoing. However, Erdogan said the lifting of the ...
Public to be consulted over drilling proposals. Canary Islands Government President Paulino Rivero opened his press conference with the question “Do you agree with Repsol’s search for oil off the Canary Islands?” after an extraordinary meeting of the Council of Government. The meeting was called as a response to the call for a referendum deemed to have “special significance” for the islands. Rivero spoke of a desire to open dialogue with Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy, but was unable to speak to the country’s leader prior to the press conference, as the PM was travelling. “The reasonable thing is to consult the people,” he went on, but did not reference the authorisation for drilling, the permits for which were granted by the central government via a Royal Decree in 2012. Rivero distanced himself from the sovereign’s position over the issue, and spoke of “institutional respect.” The granting of permits, Rivero believes, “have created a social, scientific, and institutional impact”, par ...
PM met w his Spanish counterpart Mariano Rajoy. .
Here is set of questions based on the current affairs of November and Decemebr 2013. Question Number 1: Where is in India, first fully privately funded Metro Rail has been started recently? A) Kochi B) Gurgaon C) Bangalore D) Ahmadabad Answer & Explanation: Gurgaon. Question Number 2: China recently stopped “One Child Policy” what are the true regarding this policy? 1) One child policy started in china in late 1970. 2) The policy prevented at least 300 billion births over the three decades. 3) Permitting couple’s in cities to have only one child and those in country side to have a second child, if first child is girl. A) Only 3 true B) Only 1 true C) Only 2 and 3 are true D) All are true Answer & Explanation: All are true. Question Number 3: Kalpakkam is a place of India recently in news, in which state Kalpakkam is located? A) Tamil Nadu B) Karnataka C) West Bengal D) Andhra Pradesh Answer & Explanation: Kalpakkam is a small town in Tamil Nadu, India. Question Number 4: Recently in India, General S ...
"Europe represents 25% of global GDP. And we are 400 million people" almost!
WHY ARE THEY SO SCARED OF LOSING US. AFTER ALL, ACCORDING TO THE ENGLISH GOVERNMENT WE ARE NOTHING BUT A DRAIN ON THEIR ECONOMY. Britain’s Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) has asked Spanish press to publish criticisms of Scottish independence. The UK Embassy in the Spanish capital, Madrid, has asked Spanish paper Tenerife News to print a memo about the “challenges” if Scotland leaves the UK. The request, by the embassy’s director of communications, Simon Montague, has been made in a letter published by the English-language paper. The Scottish government said the letter proves that London is trying to stir hostility overseas to Scotland’s independence, despite UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s claim that the decision is purely “a debate between Scots.” The Scottish National Party’s (SNP) Westminster leader, Angus Robertson, condemned the UK government over the letter, saying British embassies should be promoting the country’s interests abroad rather than undermining it. “This is ex ...
Urge Spain's PM, Mariano Rajoy to stand up for against pressure to limit judiciary:...
SPAIN 60.6 MILLION INTERNATIONAL VISITORS VISITED COUNTRY DURING 2013 WHICH IS THE HIGHEST RECORD FOR THE FIRST TIME AND ALSO INCREASE OF 10% OVER 2012 The Spanish Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, said that last year for the first time Spain surpassed 60 million international tourists, with more than 60.6 million visitors, which is 5.6% more than in 2012. International arrivals to Spain grew by more than 5%, according to the data of the WTO barometer after completing a year of records as a whole and for six consecutive months, from May to October. Rajoy highlighted that these figures exceed the record set in 2007, when the country recorded 58.7 million foreign tourists. "The new 2013 data allow Spain to recover the third position in the world surpassing China and placing us behind France, with 83 million, and the United States, with 67 million international visitors," he said. Another record was achieved with respect to spending of tourists. Between January and November the spending of foreign visitors reac ...
Spain “Our monarchy is an archaic and medieval institution and it is completely under the protection of a mafia. It is the keystone of this country’s corruption,” said one of the protesters while another added: “She is protected by the Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy. He said publicly that Cristina would not be charged.” One of the demonstrators questioned the cost of the hearing when he said: “I am indifferent to the summons of the princess. But it is surprising that we are wasting 300,000 euros on security just for one morning. In the schools and hospitals we would probably need to spend that just on basics.”
Artur Mas is so much smoother than Mariano Rajoy
Not in my wildest dreams,I would have imagine that John Wayne and Mariano Rajoy,Spain's President, had something in common.
MADRID (Reuters) - Catalonia's president has called on European Union prime ministers for support as the region seeks a vote on independence in November this year, the source of an increasingly bitter fight with Spain's central government. In letters dating from December and made public on Thursday, Artur Mas urged European powers to encourage a referendum that the center-right government of Mariano Rajoy says is unconstitutional and it will not allow. The Catalan struggle is likely to dominate the political agenda this year in Spain, which is slowly emerging from a recession and heading towards a general election in 2015. "Contrary to some reports, there are a number of legal and constitutional options which allow this referendum to take place in Catalonia," Mas wrote in a December 20 letter to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, which was reproduced on his official website and is one of 27 sent to European leaders. "I am confident I can rely on you to encourage the peaceful, democratic, transparent, and Eu ...
The Scottish Times Stop insulting our intelligence on Scotland’s EU membership Posted by Alexander Porter on December 14, 2013 by Murray Ritchie One of the saddest sights in politics is a passionate believer proved wrong. When the argument is lost, when the facts decide, when logic and truth prevail, the believer must face defeat. But some simply cannot bear to be wrong and they are the saddest of all. They enter denial. The politics of denial is in full swing now in the independence debate. The latest example is the Spanish Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, who says if Scotland votes for independence it will be kicked out of the EU. “This is a fact. It’s neither a value judgment nor an opinion,” he insists while looking over his shoulder at those contrary Catalans and bolshy Basques. He has now gone further and said if Catalonia holds an independence referendum, Madrid will block it. And if it goes ahead anyway, Madrid with declare it illegal. He might care to recall the words of Donald Dewar as th ...
theguardian.com | No automatic welcome for independent Scotland, says Mariano Rajoy, who expects UK to take same stance on Catalonia.
Politics is a game of two halves for Spain's Mariano Rajoy: Spain's prime minister was voted into office two...
Mariano Rajoy [Spanish Prime Minister]: "As a Madridista, if I had to vote, I would give it to Cristiano Ronaldo,"
“The prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, said the law was not meant to gag citizens but protect them.”
Prime Minister of Spain ( Mariano Rajoy) : - "I would give the Ballon d'Or to Cristiano Ronaldo". |RUMI|
Heat & humidity was thought to affect the behaviour of early Spanish colonists in Panama, but Mariano Rajoy seems immune. Still a knob.
John Cleese confuses his Mariano Rajoy character with Basil Fawlty and declares Fukushima safe: via
Spain’s economy: The worst may be over, although the way out will be long via
Rajoy: Spain emerging from crisis with "healthier and stronger" economy: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy...
He's back! "Luis Bárcenas told a court that the recipient of the cash was a close aide to Mariano Rajoy".
Morning everyone. Skies greyer here than Mariano Rajoy's short, scruffy hairs. Yes, of course I mean his beard. What did you think?
- News Article - Rajoy Optimistic in Lat-Am: Minister Mariano met with Latin Amer...
In the past two years, Spain has imposed 30 different tax raises. (in Spanish) via
Hardening of the criminal code offense of animal abuse
Spain crisis looms over Catalan discontent: Mariano Rajoy and Artur Mas seem reluctant to rush into finding a ...
Spain’s economy - 18,700 people applied for 11 jobs in Prado museum - but the worst may be over:
Spain’s economy: The worst may be over ... but there's still lots of room for improvement, Mr Rajoy
When Prado Museum advertised for 11 gallery attendants recently 18,700 people applied!!.
Sara Eisen and BloombergTV show us how good and fair jurnalism is
“To claim that the current pension system is sustainable is like saying smoking does not cause cancer,”
Spain’s economy: The worst may be over via
Spain's prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, predicts economic joy, but the country still has a long way to go
The world's leading tobacco control experts warn Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy that a regressive change in...
Toilet paper, thrown by protesters, lies strewn on the ground in front of Spanish riot police standing guard outside the headquarters of Spain's ruling Popular Party (PP) during a demonstration, calling for the resignation of Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, with the theme "Mafia Out, Hello Democracy", in Madrid October 5, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera
Mariano met President Nazarbayev in the Int'l Conference on with PM Akhmetov
Yeah Nathan; Mariano Rajoy will be receiving you at the airport and Ana Botella waiting at Plaza Mayor w/ a relaxing cup of café con leche.
Creo que no estamos haciendolo bien cuando vemos esto, señor Mariano Rajoy Brey
I liked a video from Mariano Banana cantando Reforma Laboral, Parodia Mariano Rajoy
The Japan News Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy ... be key to concluding an economic partnership agreement
Keep seeing cropping up in my timeline. Surely Mariano Rajoy hasn't gone and visited that controversial Japanese shrine?
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attack on journalists right after Mariano Rajoy left Azerbaijan?? here in spain it´s the most usual thing ...
But...I don't get it... Spain's PM, Mariano Rajoy, said 2 days ago that the situation wasn't dangerous at all!!...
When I find myself in times of trouble Mariano Rajoy comes to me, speaking words of wisdom: LET IT BE.
Spain’s Rajoy Seals Alliance with Japan: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on the last day…
Mariano Rajoy becomes the first head of state to visit Fukushima since the accident. He's got less to lose than the others.
Council on Foreign Relations transcript of the interview of Rajoy discussing int'l politics and US/Spain relations.
Mariano Rajoy expresses Spain's support for people of Japan from city of Fukushima
Mariano Rajoy, Prime Minister of Spain, visits says he hopes his presence will help to allay fears about the nuclear accident.
Spain's PM Mariano has gone to Fukushima. So, clearly he's hearing at least *part* of what the electorate's telling him...
Spain's PM Mariano Rajoy meets with Japanese Emperor Akihito... & doesn't bow to him vía
The Emperor of Japan receives Spain PM Mariano Rajoy on State Visit. An enormous honour to and
"This is a good time to invest in Spain", says Mariano Rajoy
I see Mariano Rajoy is in Japan. Apologies in advance to my various Japanese followers and friends.
Picture of the Day › Spanish visitor: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, left, is greeted by Emperor Akihit...
Mariano says is against natural evolution. Look at this map: secessions from Spain year by year: http:/…
President of Kazakhstan meets with prime Minister of Spain Mariano Rajoy.
I liked a video A Conversation with Mariano Rajoy
A Conversation with Mariano Rajoy: . A Conversation with Mariano Rajoy. Council on Foreign Relations - 34 minute...
A Conversation with Mariano Rajoy: Mariano Rajoy, president of Spain, discusses Spanish foreign policy and the...
[Press Releases] Visit to Japan of His Excellency Mr. Mariano RAJOY BREY, President of the Government of Spain
mate Mariano Rajoy trying to bury bad news until Mr Blubby "metaphor for a nation gone soft in the head" stepped in.
"What's up guys! Got a couple of mins before I take off, tell me something funny" Mariano Rajoy.
Fab.Picardo said Mariano Rajoy was fuelling the crisis to distract from his domestic troubles ?
Sorry for my english... but I speak better than Mariano Rajoy.
Mariano Rajoy should show Britain some gratitude for providing his countrymen with 6,000 jobs in Gibraltar.
This afternoon the Spanish official delegation led by the Prime Minister of Spain, Mariano Rajoy visits to China
Mariano rajoy hace una cortina de humo con lo gibraltar is mamon(Mariajo rajoi make a hume courtine with gibraltar is a baby sucker)
How to destroy a country, a movie by Mariano Rajoy, starring PP crew.
Prime Minister David Cameron calls Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy to raise concerns about situation on border
Chief Fabian Picardo to Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy -- "See you in court!" -- -- via
Spanish PM's acting like Galtieri: is blocking border to distract from own troubles, says Gibraltar chief
row: PM Mariano 'is behaving like General -
Spain is behaving like Argentina's aggression towards the Falklands in 1982 ... - Daily Mail
"We are confident that in the end that we will have Gibraltar as part of Spain"
Spanish PM accused of acting like Argie dictator in row over Gibraltar
Spain's failing economy will fail some more now that Mariano Rajoy has lifted ban on on main state tvcha…
Mariano Rajoy the Spanish PM who's trying to divert attention from the scandals involving his party by laying claim to Gibraltar.
guardian: Gibraltar row: David Cameron protests to Spanish PM: Mariano Rajoy is understood to have promised to...
PM 'constructive' call with Spain: Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy offers to reduce controls at the Gibraltar border ...
Spain's Mariano Rajoy has offered to reduce controls at the Gibraltar border following a "constructive" phone call with David Cameron.
UK PM David Cameron has called Spanish counterpart Mariano Rajoy to raise serious concerns about situation at Gibraltar bo…
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy rejects calls to step down over scandal
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy faces calls to resign over ties to slush fund
Spain's Rajoy in deep trouble over corruption payments
A member of Spain's Judges' Council, Gómez Benítez, has called for the resignation of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy:
The president of Spain, Mariano Rajoy, forced to call elections by distrust of the public due to the lack of clarity in your party accounts.
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The Spanish newspaper, El Mundo, has published what it says are secret accounts, which it claims show prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, received undeclared payments whilst he was a government minister in the late 1990s. paper says the documents came from the former treasurer, who's currently in jail while judges investigate alleged irregularities in the party's finances. (Photo courtesy of Getty Images)
Hi, did you see the last news about Mariano Rajoy, Cospedal, and the others member of their politic team? Amaizing.
Spain's prime minister Mariano Rajoy is under increasing pressure after the publication of original documents purporting to show illegal cash payments were paid to him while he was a minister.
"Que Mariano Rajoy diga que no cobró dinero no quiere decir que no cobrara sobresueldo".
Mariano 'implicated after publication of slush fund documents' -- via -- --
PM of Spain Mariano & other "top politicians" received illicit payments from A to Z, thanks to
Spanish newspaper exposes Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and other top politicians receiving illicit payments.
The Telegraph also does Rajoy & Bárcenas "Spain's Mariano Rajoy implicated after publication of …
Spain's Mariano Rajoy 'implicated after publication of slush fund documents' via
Some Spanish Newspapers published more Mariano Rajoy's Scandals today while d Euro was exchanged at just a little above 1.276 per Dollar
PM protests over Gibraltar shots David Cameron has protested to his Spanish counterpart after shots were fired at a jet-skier off Gibraltar. The Prime Minister confronted Mariano Rajoy during a Brussels summit and demanded an explanation for the "illegal incursion" into British territorial waters. At a press conference, Mr Cameron said he wanted to make sure a full investigation took place and it was important that countries followed international law. "I did raise this with the Spanish Prime Minister," he said. "I think this is a totally unacceptable episode and I made that clear. "I think it is very important that people on Gibraltar know that we support them, we support their sovereignty." He added: "We need to find out more about what happened but from what I have heard... it is not acceptable." It is understood that Mr Cameron "made a beeline" for Mr Rajoy soon after arriving at the summit on Thursday. In the incident on Sunday, a Spanish police boat pursued Dale Villa while he was on his jet-ski nea ...
Spanish cakes not up to scratch, says international cake expert. Mariano Rajoy not available for comment.
Welcome to Porto. To Porto which is beautiful but it's much more than beauty. To Porto which was the cradle of globalization. To Porto, a port of many Portug...
The governor of the Bank of Spain, Luis Maria Linde, announced that the Government would decide in October if you request an extension of the European rescue the banks. In this way, has ratified the information published on the morning of Monday, sources from Brussels and the ECB, which indicated that it is considering the possibility of extension.Spain has used 41,300 million credit line offered 100,000 million a year ago Eurogroup to restructure troubled institutions, and which expires on December 31. "The government will have to make that decision and I guess it will be in October," said Linde under the Montreal Economic Conference in the International Economic Forum of the Americas. However, he refused to express his opinion on the matter.An extension would likely require a new memo with conditions, although the final decision would correspond to the Eurogroup, said the governor of the Bank of Spain.Linde's remarks came after this morning European Commission sources consulted by Europa Press claimed ...
Mariano Rajoy: "Europe needs to go towards greater integration and more reforms"
lol at the "political views" section of Mariano Rajoy's wiki page listing his pro-bullfighting stance and nothing else
"When it becomes serious, you have to lie", Jean-Claude Juncker Mariano Rajoy from May 28, or 12 days ago: "No v..
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has rejected calls to hike the nation's headline rate higher than 21%
against as a litlle state.What about
"If you are engineer and (also) football player, all doors in the world will be opened for you" Mariano Rajoy, Spanish Prime Minister.
Eurozone crisis is over, says French president Hollande: Last year the Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said...
Pension Taskforce set up by PM Mariano Rajoy in July recommends cutting benefits -- --
Spinning the Data on the Non-Recovery in Spain: On June 1, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy Promised Encou...
you are betten than Mariano Rajoy.. come to spain!!! we need u!
Mariano Rajoy, Spanish PM: "is the dream of an entire nation and we wil make it come true"
Mariano doubtless rues the day he decided to go into politics rather than pursuing a career in rock’n’roll.
Rajoy rejects EU's calls to increase IVA: SPANISH president Mariano Rajoy has stood his ground in Europe and i...
ZAS! Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has repeatedly called the escraches "undemocratic" ...
Hola The Black Eyed Peas! Vais a venir a cantar para el cumple de mi perro? Paga Rajoy. Do you know who is Mariano Rajoy? See you soon.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and seven of his Cabinet ministers traveled to Brussels
Rajoy: Spain has no immediate plans for VAT changes: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said Wednesday that ...
Gracias to past pupil ! On EU study visit to Brussels. Mariano Rajoy and EU President.
Maybe 3 bad things:Mariano Rajoy isn't good :( ETA,Spanish people don't give me money, I can to live in Spain with my family :D
Mariano Rajoy and half of his government travel to Brussels today. National via
The President of the Spanish Government, Mariano Rajoy, has maintained that he has “no plans” to raise IVA...
The ECB believes that the Spanish government is not doing enough to reduce the number of evictions. The guardian of financial orthodoxy believes that this is a bad solution for everyone because foreclosure should be considered "a last resort". According to opinion of the central bank, the banks should be interested in avoiding it, since it is expensive and generally produces less voluntary sales revenue if the mortgagee continues to meet all or part of their agreed payment obligations. The antidesahucios recent law promoted by the Government of Mariano Rajoy is not enough. In a document issued last week and signed by the president of the ECB, Mario Draghi, said that Spain should adopt a broader set of measures "to address the underlying causes of the difficulties associated with mortgages and try to avoid, as far as possible foreclosures. " " Only with a broader resolution strategy can deal with the challenges posed by changes in economic circumstances of borrowers, substantial changes the value of the pr ...
- Smash Cultural Marxism “I am very worried for what happens in Catalonia,” Angela Merkel told Mariano Rajoy...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said Wednesday that his government will almos...
IMPROVEMENTS WILL EVENTUALLY REACH THE PEOPLE: Mariano Rajoy underlined that many countries have made a great ...
Government to revise this years economic forecast, says Rajoy: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Wednesday sa...
Rajoy willing to help rebel region Catalonia out of cash bind: The administration of Prime Minister Mariano Ra...
Mariano Rajoy... " que al revisar los datos me he dao cuenta que me llevaba dos..."
Pope also greeted Martin Schulz of the European Parliament, now PM Mariano Rajoy of Spain.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is here for Mass, as well as Prince Felipe. Sitting not far from German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Mariano Rajoy should try and assist La Linea De La Concepcion town next to Gib and not harrass Gib and make it difficult for them instead !
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy speaks to the press after a meeting with the ...
Spanish P.M Mariano Rajoy fully behind Madrid's 2020 Olympic & Paralympic bid alongside his Government. Will it be 3rd time lucky?
Festival of Failures: A figure depicting Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is seen during the "Fallas"...
"We’ll fight for it to be our turn this time" says Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy
"I am the danger, I am the one who knocks" Mariano Rajoy.
This is what Mariano Rajoy and his cabinet do all day long:
Mariano Rajoy has just entered the Summit without making any statement
This concentration of apes and humans is to ask Mariano Rajoy that remembers his campaign's promise to repeal the Abortion Act as soon as possible and protec...
Mariano Rajoy claims Spain is on the recovery.
Spain PM demands 'definitive' break-up of ETA: Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy insists on the "definitive...
During the debate on the state of the nation in the Spanish parliament, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy avoided the subject ...
Gran final para el Mariano Rajoy cantando "I can't get no satisfaction"
Spain&Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy speaks during state of the nation debate...
There is a lot of talk on Mariano Rajoy or the Greek government stepping down. The unspoken assumption is that a different government would be able to solve the countries’ economic problems and get them on the right track. I would like to propose the following solution. The opposing parties, the leading unions, the main newspapers, as well as the Spanish and Greek public should give a public pledge of their unanimous support for the current governments. In this statement, they would recognise that we are all in this together, announce their wholehearted support for the government during these difficult times, state their appreciation of the productive steps the governments are taking to solve the crisis, and commit to solving the countries’ problems together. Such a statement of solidarity and goodwill would do a great deal towards fostering a spirit of unity and cooperation, instead of sowing the discord and division that only make the problems worse.
Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy: Spain’s public deficit fell below 7% of GDP in 2012: Read our press summary here:
"It Is All Untrue, Except For Some Things" - Prime minister Mariano Rajoy on answering questions about his alleged corrupt dealings. As honest and transparent as you can expect a politician to be.
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Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said the gap had closed to less than 7 percent of gross domestic product last year, down from 9.4 percent in 2011.
Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy declared Wednesday he had saved the country from economic disaster and vowed to crack down
EURONEWS VIDEO: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy gives major speech as his country goes on strike -- --
After Protests, Prime Minister Resigns . Mariano needs to do the same for the good of
Spanish PM says economic crisis averted: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has delivered his first state of t...
More than a quarter of Spanish workforce are jobless - The Guardian
An unapologetic Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy Wednesday tried to inject optimism into his fi...
Upbeat Rajoy says Spain is on the mend, despite economic woes: An unapologetic Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Ra...
Market Outlook The IMF may say that the slowdown in the India’s GDP growth is more due to domestic reasons than global factors. But for the market, it seems like the global turn of events has cast a shadow as the indices remain in consolidation mode after hitting multi-month highs in January 2013. Eurozone was back in the news for all the wrong reasons. Political risk has risen after a banking scandal in Italy hurt sentiment. Corruption allegations came to the surface for the government of Mariano Rajoy in Spain. While Spain averted the need for a sovereign bailout from its European Union partners, it has had to resort to seek a bailout for its banking sector. Back home, sentiments were hurt on the macro front with the latest official estimate pegging GDP growth at a mere 5% in 2012-13, the lowest in a decade and even lower that the RBI’s projection of 5.5%. Benchmark indices may turn volatile in the coming week amid various economic data points to be announced. The IIP numbers will be announced next ...
Political risk in Europe was firmly back on the agenda, coinciding with an increasingly overbought and tired-looking market in need of a pause. Twin crises emanating from Italy and Spain are being watched with growing concern – especially by bond investors – amid fears that one or both could slide back into paralysis thus losing ECB support. In Italy, the most recent polling suggests with only three weeks to go, Silvio Berlusconi is back in contention as his right-wing alliance’s support has risen to 28%. Meanwhile, Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy – and his party’s – integrity is feared to have suffered serious damage from allegations of a slush fund scandal in the left-wing press. Even though Rajoy has denied allegations of receiving kick-backs from construction firms, polls indicate that 60% of his own supporters do not believe him. An underlying fear – in extremis - is these allegations whether true or not, could spark civil unrest leading to a change of government, and ultimately elections. ...
Angela Merkel queues in supermarkets Mariano Rajoy cannot be in same room as journalists
The has lost ground as Mariano Rajoy faces calls to resign over alleged illegal payments -
The Kiss That Shook the World: The victory of Spain's Mariano Rajoy and his conservative People's Party is alrea...
Market Breaking News : EUR Unemployment problems in Spain combined to corruption scandal threatening Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy position may hunt the euro and pushed the EUR/USD down.
The Spanish opposition calls for Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to resign
Mariano Rajoy has been urged to step down as prime minister over allegations of corrupt payments that struck his...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy continues to face growing criticism after the scandal which hit his…
I go away for a weekend and come back to Mariano Rajoy facing a corruption scandal in Spain. As if things weren't bad enough already!
Spain Vows Transparency on Finances: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy moved to contain a scandal over alleged secret...
EUROZONE CRISIS Eurozone crisis live: Spanish PM faces calls to quit over corruption scandal: Mariano Rajoy has ...
Rajoy Further Implicated in Scandal; Support Drops to 23.9% in Record Plunge: Prime minister Mariano Rajoy is no...
The internet is having a field day with this image of Mariano Rajoy that makes him look like a coward
Mariano Rajoy's government reeling from claims that he received €250,000 in money that had been hidden from tax authorities
El Pais has found documentary evidence showing that Mariano Rajoy took money (via
El Pais Bombshell Rocks Spanish Leaders - Mariano Rajoy is on the payment list >
Before and after: Mariano Rajoy said at the weekend that he would be the first to act if he…
The New York Times: Mariano Rajoy, who has so far remained silent.
I am piecing together a story of fraud and corruption involving the highest levels of Spanish government. My unnamed sources think it could bring down Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy. However,...
The newspaper La Razón, directed by the former staff chief of Mariano Rajoy, published a death notice of a Nazi criminal of war.
The Swiss authorities informed the Spanish judiciary that the governing Popular Party’s former treasurer had amassed as much as $29 million in Swiss bank accounts.
Admitting austerity measures have failed to solve Spain's economic crisis, prime minister Mariano Rajoy wants more money from the eurozone.
Opposition parties challenge PM to face Congress over Bárcenas scandal. “Mariano Rajoy needs to come out and tell ...
As if Mariano Rajoy didn't have enough to deal with! Corruption scandal sweeps through Spanish PP.
The fact that the degenerate President of Mariano is all for the invasion, speaks (cont)
head of government Mariano Rajoy claims there will be economic growth in country by next year:
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy vows to take action against party members if required
Have You Seen This Yet? Michael screaming about bad blood again!!! Chief Keef
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Manti Te'o look at this: Oprah pulls new story about old fight again!!!
you must check this out: He talks about drug problem again!!! Manti Te'o
Chief Keef Amazing! this is not a way to treat a DJ at work like this.
Lance Armstrong Did You See This Yet? Jennifer pulls new story about drug problem again!!!
Manti Te'o Absolutely no way! this is a strange way to treat a drunk man like this.
Have You Seen This Yet? Jennifer screaming about drug problem again!!! Michael Crabtree
Michael Crabtree Crazy oh crazy... this is a strange way to treat a kid like this.
Oprah R they nuts!? this is not a way to treat a mother-in-law like this.
you have to check this out: Alec brings new details about bad blood again!!! Celtics
Crazy :) its a good way to treat a famous person like this. Lance Armstrong
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Not possible! this is a strange way to treat a dog like this.
Europe must know that Mariano Rajoy has appointed former Franco minister Rodolfo Martín Villa as 'bad bank' member:
I liked a video from El Puchino Pio - Parodia Mariano Rajoy
"It's not about the money, money, money, we don't need your money, money, money" Mariano Rajoy ft. Angela Merkel.
Spain’s primemin:One yearon"It is no surprise that Catalan politicians talk seriously of secession"
Mariano Rajoy speaks to the press after the last cabinet of the year: The Prime Minister, Mariano Raj...
More Pain for Spain in 2013: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy warned that the new year will bring more pain ...
NEWS: - News Article - Rajoy does not rule out asking for aid: Mariano
No, not really. Mariano Rajoy is middle management, But I think Mario "Credibility" Draghi is not.
Mariano Rajoy, the prime minister of Spain, endured a torrid first 12 months-2013 is likely to be grim, too
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said he did not rule out tapping the European Central Bank's bond-buying:
'Spain does not need European help for now' -
The Spanish economy faces a difficult year, but for now does not need help from the ECB, said Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
: 'Spain does not need European help for now': Spain's country risk, the premium bondholders de...
'Spain does not need European help for now'
Mariano Rajoy said on Friday that Spain did not need to tap for now the European Cen...
Spain's PM says does not rule out asking for European aid: MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy...
Spain does not need European help for now: Mariano Rajoy
Chávez biggest arms purchaser despite PP’s past concerns Venezuela was the biggest purchaser of arms and military equipment from Spanish companies during the first half of the year, according to a report presented in Congress on Wednesday. The government of President Hugo Chávez bought some 164.03 billion euros of equipment, accounting for 26.48 percent of all military sales by Spain, the secretary of state for trade said in the report. When he was in opposition, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy severely criticized his predecessor, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, for allowing the leftist Chávez to purchase arms and weapons from Spain. According to cables released by WikiLeaks in 2010, Washington in 2005 tried to pressure Madrid into not selling eight patrol boats — a 600-million-euro transaction — to the Chávez government because US officials feared they would be used for offensive purposes. Rajoy of the conservative Popular Party (PP) used Washington’s concerns to back his argument. Yet the seven ...
Qui us agradaria que fos el nou seleccionador català?
I also ordered him a plastic cup like the one Uncle Si carries around. I don't see it on the site anymore. Hope mine ships! *fingers crossed
The fact that everyone in my first hour loves Uncle Si too>>>>
Uncle Si, the new face television, Jack.
I figured out how Uncle Si hooks in his phone...with a phone JACK!!!
Everyone in my uncle's house knows the Si Ling Primary School song except for me.awkward!
I quit shaving and cutting my hair. I'm going for that uncle si look
Toyah Willcox looks about 15 tonight but is overshadowed by a fantastic dragon breathing real fire - to Carl Orff.
A modest proposal for a new holiday carol: "O Fortuna" by Carl Orff. It would be best played around Black Friday.
Spain's Mariano Rajoy is arriving. It's going to be a tricky one for him and Antonis Samaras, his Greek colleague
Spain’s President Mariano Rajoy says the nationalization of YPF does not assist Argentina in terms of attracting investors.
Mariano Rajoy Spanish president is a liar and spanish people must send him Home. They will suffer with him
A year in power for Mariano Rajoy The front page from this time 12 months
Grim first year for Spanish leader Mariano Rajoy - MSN Malaysia News -
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy defends his record after first year in office -- --
IPOT NEWS - Grim first year for Spanish leader Mariano Rajoy
we need to combine austerity with growth to best overcome the crisis in the EU! Rajoy
The (puzzling) Political Economy of Mariano Rajoy - peazo paper.
Spanish PM Rajoy sees no connection between deficit and cost of lending. Honestly, Mariano?
The head of the Spanish Executive, Mariano Rajoy, will receive this Monday at the Palace of…
CADIZ, Spain -- Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday rejected as "u...
Spain objects to EU budget cuts - Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has rejected as "unacceptable" a proposal fro...
Tens of thousands of Spanish doctors, nurses and hospital staff marched through the capital Madrid on Sunday to denounce budget cuts and privatisations, the latest protest against deeply unpopular austerity measures.
Now here is one for all you psychology majors! These same police were beating the public just a few days ago, and suddenly are joining them because they got there pensions frozen and aren't getting a Christmas bonus. How pathetic that people are so enslaved to the dollar. All of you police in all nations need to take note of this because some of you will be getting "under-rewarded" for your participation in this evil Luciferian global New World Order agenda. Will you also come crying back to humanity to embrace you once this happens to you too? Don't be surprised if you're not welcomed back so readily as in Spain.
In Slovenia, an estimated 30 people took to the streets to denounce government cutbacks. The country has been badly hit by the gl...
Thousands of Spanish police officers march against austerity (PHOTOS) "Around 5,000 Spanish police officers marched through the streets of Madrid on Saturday to protest government austerity measures, including frozen pensions and the elimination of their Christmas bonuses. Officers travelled from across Spain to take part in the demonstration which was called by the nation’s main policing union. ...Continue Reading
'Spain, responding to street protests and reports of suicides linked to foreclosures, introduced rules to help protect families from eviction.' Sharon Smyth, Bloomberg
Translated by Google: What you will not hear on TV. A million people can be neglected in Spain in 2014 The president of the Spanish Federation of Food Banks, Jose Antonio Busto, has asked the prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, that the Executive make up for the reduction of European Union funds for Plan food distribution to the most needy ... Agencies ... That "danger" from 2014 and, as warned, could be left without food aid to "a million people" in Spain. This has been assured the leader of this organization, recently awarded the Prince of Asturias, at a breakfast organized by the New Partnership Forum, which has been asked so ask the Prime Minister. A change of legislation on food expiration and preferred use of the same or a new Law on Patronage are other claims that moves to the chief executive. However, Busto has dismissed a request to assign to food banks a particular game in the State Budget, because, in his view, that could generate some kind of "bondage". In return, the Spanish government requested f ...
Mariano Rajoy tries to convince his smurfs to vote for him for President of Spain... with little success.
Spain's government on Thursday approved the creation of a stock of homes for rent to evicted mortgage debtors and also instituted a two-year freeze on
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain passed a decree on Thursday to help the most needy families facing eviction during the nation's economic crisis, responding to an outcry over a homeowner who killed herself when
Spain is suffering — and now it is hurting itself Last week Amaya Egaña, a 53-year-old former councillor in the Basque Country, died after jumping from her fourth-floor apartment in Barakaldo — just before she was due to be evicted. In other circumstances, the story would have got only a brief mention. It made the front pages: this is the situation that we live with today in Spain. And so it was yesterday as the country plunged into yet another day of national strikes in protest at the government’s austerity programme. With the economy deep in recession and an unemployment rate of more than 25 per cent, Spaniards have plenty to worry about. One in two young people can not find work; many have to go abroad to earn a living. The mood is ugly. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, elected only last December, has already broken promises while approving austerity measures which have hit households hard, especially those living on only one salary. At the same time, the government has set in motion labour and fin ...
uh oh. Spains is in hotter water than i thought. Catalina is ready to break away from the country... no big deal except they pay a large portion of the taxes to a government whose outlays are already hemoraging "Spain's financial markets are quivering at the mere talk of secession of Catalonia, which produces almost 19% of Spain's economic output and 21% of its taxes. Investors fear the revolt will undermine Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's plan to get a grip on spending, particularly in the 17 regional governments that have been a big source of Spain's deficit. " there's your story: Catalina withdraws, Spain cracks. A generation of povery. So you see, if you want to end up like Spain vote Romeny: he want's to cuts taxes, raise military spending, and will overturn any savings we've gaining in health care spending from Obama care. How in the world does this man hope to pay for it? and I can tell you: he doesn't know and he doesn't care.
An ugly stand-off still seems inevitable if the government of Mariano Rajoy does not eventually agree the terms for...
# (Barcelona) - Despite Spanish President Mariano Rajoy's constant reassurance that the... F...
Spain Business Brief - Friday October 26 2012: Mariano Rajoy is to have a new senior helper next altough he promised to cut thie nu...
Hello we queremos denunciated a dopping. Mariano Rajoy se dopa with Prima of Riesgo, quitarle the Gobierno please. Thank you.
Article: Basel III delinquents may face sanctions: G20 official 2 hrs 5 mins ago MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Finance chiefs of the world's 20 leading economies are ringing alarm bells over the U.S. fiscal cliff and Europe's debt woes at a meeting in Mexico this weekend as they look to push back deficit reduction targets to help boost growth. Unless a fractious U.S. Congress can reach a deal, about $600 billion in government spending cuts and higher taxes are set to kick in on January 1, threatening to push the American economy back into recession and hit world growth. But with the U.S. presidential election looming on Tuesday, dealing with the fiscal cliff has been delayed. "The Americans themselves acknowledge that this is a problem," a G20 official said on condition of anonymity. "The U.S. administration says it doesn't want to fall off the fiscal cliff, but right now it can't tell us how exactly it will address it because that issue is on ice ahead of the election." Tax cuts enacted under President George ...
Stalling in Spain: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy of Spain has not yet requested help from the European Central Bank
Romney would be the Mariano Rajoy of the US ... corrupt and a slave to the oligarchies.
Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy Brey says his debt-laden economy has no need of a European bailout. Analysts...
Rajoy at odds with Madrid on copayment: The government of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is…
Investors laugh at Mariano Rajoy's latest plan for labeled an 'impossible solution' by --
Mariano Rajoy Ding Dong Song. Oh you touch my tralala
The only concern I have is when the Public employee unions organize to demand unequal, unsustainable rights that few other American's even hope for.
Rajoy seeking to avoid bailout request this year: The government of Prime Minister Mariano…
Spain's 17 regional governments have accepted the national deficit reduction plan presented by Mariano Rajoy's government. Although the budget is deemed to be overly optimistic, investors remain concerned even as talk of an international bailout mounts. Vincent Forest, Spain analyst, talks to Coralie Zacchino about the prospects for Spain's embattled economy.
Mariano is reported to have decided not to make a rescue application during 2012
MADRID — Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy promised Wednesday to seek a bailout if the
Julien Toyer: Mariano Rajoy’s delays asking for aid prolonging pain in Spain via
Spain Business Brief - Wednesday Oct 10 2012: Mariano Rajoy says the EU is moving but some say it's incredibly slow.
No nan mariano rajoy isn't trying to kill you when he makes cuts..
ANALYSIS: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's Aversion to Bailout Adds to Risk -- - via --
Mariano Rajoy speaking in Congress today has said the E.U. is 'too slow'.: Image:
Daily Review 30-10-2012: European stock markets trade closed yesterday (Monday) in declines, as investors react to negative sentiment in Asia and the ongoing uncertainty in the euro zone. Wall Street decided not to trade today due to Hurricane "Sandy" coming down to the United States. Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti and Spanish counterpart Mariano Rajoy will meet today in Madrid and will try to bridge the gaps between them, with respect to the strategy of dealing with the euro zone debt crisis. Experts explain that Italy's lifts funding will go down but Rajoy will have to deal with many political pressures due to a stability requirements the EU institutions. Beyond Spain and Italy also increasing uncertainty about Greece. Debt-stricken country negotiate for several weeks with representatives of the troika, about getting another piece of rescue package. Policy makers in Greece suggested the possibility of a" haircut" again, but they deny outright the possibility. If both parties do not find the valley C ...
Fresh tensions emerged between Germany and southern Europe as Spain and Italy criticised Berlin's proposals for a European Union "super commissioner" with powers to police national budgets and punish those with large deficits. "This is an idea, that considered on its own, I personally don't like," said Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy after meeting his Italian counterpart Mario Monti in Madrid. - who is will super commissioner be, that will have godlike powers over the national budgets of sovereign nations? from which nation will he hail? and who (if anyone) will appoint him?
TIME IS SHORT Only in America could a potential presidential candidate claim “I’m not concerned about 47%” of their countries populace, hide money in off shore accounts to prevent from paying their share of taxes, then make claims “that the 47% percent pay no taxes”, refuse to reveal their own tax returns, make statements that they “wished they had been born in” a foreign land…could the following take place, a boost to his or her popularity vote. Only in the great nation of America could such a thing be tolerated. Imagine, could this ever be uttered by the leaders such as Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías, Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu, Yoshihiko Noda, Mariano Rajoy Brey, Lee Myung-bak, Julia Eileen Gillard, Hu Jintao, Joachim Gauck, , King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, François Gérard Georges Nicolas Hollande, Stephen Joseph Harper, David William Donald Cameron, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Stephen Joseph Harper, Queen Margrethe II, Mark Rutte, Abd ...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said Monday that his government "understands that it is not essential at this time" to seek aid from the European Union to protect "the general interests of the Spanish people".
Several thousand people marched to Spain's parliament in an anti-austerity protest Saturday, but were held back from surrounding the building by metal rail barricades and a large police presence.
The Basque election result will add to the problems of Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, whose conservative People's party (PP) government has already vowed to block any independence referendums called by regional governments. The wealthy and populous north-eastern Spanish region of Catalonia ...
Al Jazeera English wrote: Mariano Rajoy, the Spanish Prime Minister, has been given a boost for his austerity drive with an election victory in his home region of Galicia, but victories of nationalist parties in the Basque Country can prove a headache for his centre-right government.
Voters in Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy&north western home region of G...
Mariano Rajoy's PP achieves victory in Galicia, exit polls indicate, with nationalists well placed in Basque Country.
Elections to be held in Spain's north-west region of Galicia, and the Basque Country, are seen as a test of PM Mariano Rajoy's handling of the economic crisis.
Mariano Rajoy, the Spanish Prime Minister As Gary Jenkins from Swordfish says this morning: Spain is junked if it does, and junked if it doesn’t.
Spanish PM says bailout not imminent: Mariano Rajoy, the Spanish Prime Minister, has said that a new bailout for...
Spanish PM "fears his party will lose election if he's forced to accept humiliating rescue in advance of vote"
"Spain's PM says bailout not imminent" via
The dollar was little changed against the yen and the euro in Asian trade Tuesday amid an absence of fresh cues, while the Australian dollar fell sharply following a surprise rate cut by the Reserve Bank of Australia.
Lessons in Spanish for Mariano Rajoy. He probably needs some in English as well...
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