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Spanish Prime Minister and Popular Party (PP) leader and candidate for the upcoming December 20 general election, Mariano Rajoy looks on as he arrives at a meeting in Coruna on December 16, 2015 during part of his campaigning. Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy suffered a scare today when a 17-year-old youth punched him in the face during a campaign appearance in his northwestern fiefdom of Galicia, breaking his glasses. Spain, which goes to the polls on December 20, is in better economic shape than it was four years ago when the conservatives came to power, although public debt and unemployment remain sky-high.  AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL RIOPA / AFP / MIGUEL RIOPA        (Photo credit should read MIGUEL RIOPA/AFP/Getty Images)
Spanish Prime Minister and Popular Party (PP) leader and candidate for the upcoming December 20 general election, Mariano Rajoy looks on as he arrives at a meeting in Coruna on December 16, 2015 during part of his campaigning. Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy suffered a scare today when a 17-year-old youth punched him in the face during a campaign appearance in his northwestern fiefdom of Galicia, breaking his glasses. Spain, which goes to the polls on December 20, is in better economic shape than it was four years ago when the conservatives came to power, although public debt and unemployment remain sky-high.  AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL RIOPA / AFP / MIGUEL RIOPA        (Photo credit should read MIGUEL RIOPA/AFP/Getty Images)

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