Let catalonia vote.pdf

Let catalonia vote

Ramon Tremosa I Balcells

En aquest llibre l?autor fa servir dues grans línies de treball. D?una banda, fa ús de la seva relació personal, travada des de 2009 com a eurodiputat català, amb ambaixadors, alts funcionaris de la Comissió Europea, altres eurodiputats, think tanks de Brussel·les i periodistes globals presents a la capital comunitària, els quals han mostrat un discret però molt gran interès pel procés català. D?altra banda, fa una anàlisi cronològica del procés a la premsa internacional, que ha evolucionat des d?una neutralitat i curiositat inicial cap a una simpatia bastant explícita després del 9N, a causa sobretot al caràcter pacífic, democràtic, cívic i festiu del procés català, en clar contrast amb l?enroc negacionista i immobilista tant del govern espanyol com dels partits centralistes..

Catalonia's government says independence won with 90% of the vote and 42% voter turnout. The Catalan government missed its self-imposed 48-hour deadline to declare independence. PolGeoNow has published updated election results and voter turnout maps by region, based on official data released by the Catalan government.

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Sofi Voighua

With just over 90% of votes counted in Catalonia’s snap general election, the three pro-independence parties appear to have won a narrow two-seat majority. If they succeed in negotiating a

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Mattio Mazios

Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy earlier warned a referendum would be "an economic disaster" for both Spain and Catalonia. Plans to let the people ... he told parliamentarians in a debate prior to the vote. 1/10/2018 · Catalonia Erupts In Renewed Protests One Year After Independence Vote Secessionists in the region won last year's referendum, which Spanish authorities deemed unconstitutional. Now, protesters are ...

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Noe Schulzzo

Catalonia will declare independence from Spain within 48 hours if voters back secession in an October referendum, according to a draft bill proposed by secessionist parties on Tuesday (4 July),...

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Jason Statham

Let Catalonia Decide. September 19, 2017 by Mises Institute. By: Jeff Deist. ... It is unclear whether a scheduled October 1st vote on a new referendum will happen, ... Some citizens of Catalonia have long seen themselves as independent from Spain. Whether for or against independence, the people of Catalonia have the right to decide for themselves. Other European nations have done so. I ask that you allow Catalonia to hold its vote. Sincerely, [Your Name Here] Photo Credit: Núria

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Jessica Kolhmann

The Catalan independence referendum of 2017, also known by the numeronym 1-O (for "1 October") in Spanish media, was an independence referendum held on 1 October 2017 in the Spanish autonomous community of Catalonia, passed by the Parliament of Catalonia as the Law on the Referendum on Self-determination of Catalonia and called by the Generalitat de Catalunya.