In the wake of accusations of irregularities, the government said this morning it had subjected Pedro Sánchez’s academic text to two separate detection services and that it had passed
In response to accusations that his doctoral thesis contains plagiarized work and may have been written by someone else, the Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sánchez of the Socialist Party (PSOE), has had the academic text tested via two plagiarism detection programs, Turnitin and Plagscan, the government said.
The results were made public this morning by La Moncloa prime ministerial palace. In a statement, the government said that the evaluation has “determined the original content of the thesis,” which passed “the studies of coincidences to a high degree.”
If 13% of the text was appropriated from other sources without citing them, that would be plagiarism
La Moncloa also published the full document on Friday at 1pm. It can be downloaded at this URL. Sánchez had said on Thursday that the thesis would be made available at some …
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