2/20/2013

Proclaiming there is no alternative to an austerity drive that has left more than a quarter of the workforce unemployed, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy defended the government's record in his first state of the nation address. "We have achieved the twin task of avoiding the shipwreck that threatened our country and launching the reforms needed for our production system," said Rajoy, who is facing corruption allegations.

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