Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, right speaks with his Polish counterpart Donald Tusk as they walk in the gardens of the Moncloa Palace in Madrid, Spain Monday July 15, 2013. Conse

 

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Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, right speaks with his Polish counterpart Donald Tusk as they walk in the gardens of the Moncloa Palace in Madrid, Spain Monday July 15, 2013. Conservative Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is certain to face a barrage of questions in a press conference following newspaper publication of alleged text message exchanges between him and a now jailed former party treasurer that have prompted opposition demands for the premier to resign. El Mundo published Sunday what it said were friendly text messages between Rajoy and former Popular Party treasurer Luis Barcenas. Barcenas is at the heart of a probe into a slush-fund scheme that allegedly included payments to top party figures including Rajoy. He is to be quizzed by a judge in the case again Monday. Spaniards are currently coping with harsh austerity measures and tough economic reforms designed to reduce the country's debt. (AP Photo/Paul White)