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In a bid to encourage its citizens to produce more babies, Prime minister Mariano Rajoy appointed Edelmira Barreira as the country’s first sex minister.

The country, which is faced with a population crisis, recorded a much fewer births than deaths for the first time last year.
Experts says the culture of  long working hours, eating late at night and going to bed after midnight are partly to blame for the nation’s sex famine.
Since 2008 the number of births in Spain has plunged by 18% and the number of childless couples has nearly tripled from 1.5million in 1977 to 4.4million in 2015.
Most Spanish women say they would like two or more children but in 2015 those aged 18 to 49 had an average of 1.3 children – well below the EU figure of 1.58.
Spain’s education ministry said the declining birth-rate “aggravates other economic imbalances and generates important ‘impacts’ in the Welfare State.
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