Baku, June 27, AZERTAC
The conservative People's Party (PP) of acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has won most seats in Spain's parliamentary election but is short of a majority, according to BBC.
Spain's other main party, the Socialist PSOE, is in second place.
The left-wing Unidos Podemos alliance and centre-right Ciudadanos are third and fourth.
The vote has failed to break six months of political deadlock since December's inconclusive poll. But Mr Rajoy said he had a right to resume office.
"We have won the elections, we demand the right to govern," he told hundreds of cheering supporters at a victory rally in Madrid on Sunday evening.
Official results give the PP 137 seats in the 350-seat parliament, up 15 from the 122 they won the December ballot.
The PP now faces a similar challenge to form a government as after the December poll. It needs support from a number of other parties in order to achieve a voting majority.
The PSOE won 85, confounding an earlier exit poll suggesting it would slip into third place, but still five fewer than in December.
All the other parties lost votes or seats, or both. Unidos Podemos and Ciudadanos, both relative newcomers, won 71 and 32 seat respectively.
Unidos Podemos was the worst-affected, losing more than a million votes and failing to meet expectations that it would become the country's main left-wing party.