Head of Catalonia Called the Referendum Results "Impressive"
The head of the government of Catalonia Carles Puchdemon called the referendum results in Catalonia impressive, NewLetter US informs.
"Impressive answer of citizens. Legitimacy and advantage" — he tweeted, commenting on results of the vote.
Earlier Puchdemon noted that the people in Catalonia had achieved right of sovereignty.
"Today there was a day of hope, and citizens of Catalonia have won the right to become the independent country operated as the republic" — he has told in his televised address.
In addition, the head of Catalonia urged the European Union not to ignore human rights violation from the Spanish police and has expressed readiness for dialogue with Madrid.
- Catalan Parliament May Decide on Independence on October 26 The gathering will come one day before the Spanish Senate is expected to approve the measures to suspend the Catalan autonomy.
- Madrid approves measures to strip Catalonia's autonomous powers The decision was taken after a special cabinet meeting, three weeks after the semi-autonomous region held a controversial independence referendum.
- Tusk Rules Out Any EU Action Over Catalonia He was speaking ahead of an EU Council summit, but said the issue of Catalonia was "not in our agenda".
- Spain Is Suspending Catalonian Autonomy "The Spanish government will continue with the procedures outlined in Article 155 of the Constitution to restore legality in Catalonia's self-government," the government statement said.
- Barcelona-Madrid: Time to Negotiate From the very start of this process it was predictable that the final aim of Catalonia is not that much independence, but getting higher degree of autonomy. In this regard the passions were more aggravated...
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