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WHILE Spanish Prime Minister Mario Rajoy delivered his optimistic state of the nation speech during Tuesdays high profile debate it appears as though not all members of the government, even from the ruling Popular Party, were equally gripped.

In a video currently trending on the internet it appears that the vice-president of the Congress of Deputies, Celia Villalobos, (a role equivalent to the deputy speaker of the House of Commons in the UK), found playing tablet video games far more entertaining than the current state and progress of Spain over the last year.

The video appears to show the politian playing popular computer game Candy Crush while seated in the speaker’s chair just behind the Prime Minister.

Although Parliamentary sources have since denied that Villalobos was playing the game and she was instead reading a newspaper, it nevertheless doesn´t set the best example to students and professionals in Spain as a whole. Why should a student listen to their teacher when a highly paid politian can´t listen to Spain´s Prime Minister without being distracted by their tablet or state of the art mobile?

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