Two men kissing included themselves in the camera frame as an Al Jazeera reporter discussed Spain's swing to the right.

On Sunday, Mariano Rajoy and his conservative Popular Party (PP) won control of Parliament in a landslide as Spain struggles under piles of debt and sky-high unemployment.

Under the 8-year tenure of outgoing Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, Spain legalized gay marriage over the objections of the Catholic Church and the PP in 2004.

Prime Minister-elect Rajoy, 56, said during the campaign that he would “change” the gay marriage law.

“I don't like the fact that there is gay marriage and I don't think it is constitutional,” he told daily El Pais. “What I don't like is the word 'marriage.'”

Rajoy, who backs his party's legal challenge to the law, added that he will consider the opinion of the court before acting.

Two gay men showed their displeasure with Rajoy's election by making out as a hapless Al Jazeera reporter discussed Rajoy's win. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)