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What you need to know on the Catalan transitional law

28 August 2017 06:34 AM

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The plan for D-Day+1 in Catalonia is now public. The government is determined to hold a referendum on October 1, and pro-independence lawmakers announced on Monday what will happen the day after should the Yes vote prevail. Together for Yes (JxSí) and CUP members presented the Law of transitional jurisprudence and foundation of the Republic, the official name for a bill meant to provide a provisional constitutional framework until Catalonia passes its own Magna Carta (click here to read the law in Catalan).

 

  • What you need to know on the Catalan transitional law