Still, Florentino Portero, a political analyst at Madrid's Open University, said Spain's response to the allegations wasn't as strong as it could have been because of the country's ties with the U.S., especially intelligence sharing."The Spanish government doesn't want to create a crisis with the United States based on these leaks," he told The Associated Press.
Europe Mulls Sanctions Against US Over Spying
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