Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has announced that he plans to cut his nation’s workday by two hours, ending the country’s tradition of midday siestas. Rajoy, leader of the center-right People’s Party, reportedly wants to get rid of the three-hour midday break, which dates back to 1942. “I will find a consensus to make sure the working day ends at 6 p.m.,” Rajoy said. Workers in Spain reportedly start around 10 a.m., stay until 2 p.m., observe a siesta, and leave for the day at 8 p.m.
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