Spain's Interior Ministry says 92 percent of the votes have been officially counted in the country's repeat election and the conservative Popular Party leads with 32 percent of the vote.
That means the Popular Party has at least 136 seats in the 350-seat Parliament, but not a majority of 176 seats it needs to form a government on its own.
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