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Working day ending at 18.00 agreed in Parliament

ACTING president Mariano Rajoy's last-minute idea of ending the working day at 18.00 has been approved in Parliament, but it is not known when it will be put in place. The move will include a time bank, whereby workers can store up extra hours to ..., 4 hours ago


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 Reuters India4 days ago Spain's Rajoy Makes Pre-Vote Jobs Pledge, Seeks Time on Deficit  Bloomberg1 day ago Spain set for new election as coalition talks fail  RTE Online4 days ago New Spain elections loom as coalition talks fail days ago

Spain PM Holds First Talks With Catalan Pro-Secession Leader

Acting Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy will hold his first official meeting with Catalonia's pro-independence regional president, Carles Puigdemont, with talks likely to center on the region's finances although the secession issue is certain to ...
 ABC News1 week ago

Scandal Engulfs Spain's Biggest Party as Rajoy's Power Dwindles

(Bloomberg) -- The Spanish justice system is closing in on caretaker Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's party as its political power ebbs away. Rajoy's People's Party has seen its Madrid offices searched by police, a group of senior Agriculture ...
 La Repubblica1 week ago New corruption scandal dogs Spanish conservatives  Europe Online Magazine2 weeks ago

Death of the siesta

From the section Magazine Image copyright Alamy Many Spaniards were glad to hear acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announce proposals recently to end the normal working day at 6pm, rather than 7pm or later. It spells the end of the ...
 BBC3 weeks ago Is Spain really abandoning its siestas?  EuroNews3 weeks ago Spaniards could lose their siestas as Rajoy bids for shorter workdays  International Business Times UK3 weeks ago Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajo...  Expatica Spain3 weeks ago

Spanish party files complaint against PM

A Spanish far-left party filed a court complaint today against acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy for "crimes against humanity" over his support of a controversial EU accord to send refugees back to Turkey. Activists, rights groups and opposition ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Spanish party files 'crimes against humanity' complaint against PM  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago Police raid Spanish ruling party offices in graft probe  Business Standard2 months ago AFP - Europe-migrants-Spain-politics  Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago

Spanish Fiscal Watchdog Says Rajoy Ignored Its Deficit Warnings

(Bloomberg) -- Spain's fiscal watchdog said the government of Mariano Rajoy ignored its successive warnings over a deficit breach starting from July last year. While the fiscal authority Airef said Spain faced serious difficulties in meeting its ...
 La Repubblica3 weeks ago

‘New Spain polls would not break political ice’

Mariano Rajoy Spaniards would vote the same way as they did in a December 20 election in the event of a new poll, resulting in no clear mandate to govern and continued political deadlock, a survey published in El Pais newspaper showed on Sunday. Spain’s ...
 Asian Age1 month ago

Spain will 'most likely' hold new elections on June 26: Rajoy

Spain's acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy today said his country would "most likely" hold new elections on June 26 following weeks of political deadlock. Rajoy said "the most likely thing is that there will be elections on June 26," according to ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Rajoy says Spain will `most likely` hold new elections on June 26  Zee News2 months ago Mariano Rajoy Says Spain Will 'Most Likely' Hold New Elections On June 26  NDTV2 months ago
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Spain is abolishing its world-famous siestas

Flickr/Inessa Akhmedova Spain's famous midday nap could be headed for the big sleep. Mariano Rajoy, the country's prime minister, recently announced his intentions to remove the siesta from normal work schedules and instead shorten the work ...
 Tech Insider2 weeks ago
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