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54.7% of Catalans would vote "yes" and 22.1% would vote "no", while 15.7% would abstain (by ACN)

22 November 2013 09:35 PM

54.7% of Catalans would vote for independence in a referendum

According to a poll from the Catalan Centre for Polling (CEO), 54.7% of Catalans would vote “yes” to independence while 22.1% would vote “no” and 15.7% are undecided. The poll shows similar percentages than the other...

The round table about Catalonia's self-determination in Seville's University (by Diplocat / ACN)

22 November 2013 09:32 PM

Self-determination debate in Seville’s University among experts

Experts from academia and Catalan and Andalusian civil society held a debate on the right to self-determination in the University of Seville. This Friday, the Public Diplomacy Council of Catalonia (Diplocat), in cooperation with Seville’s...

Artur Mas, President of the Catalan Government, on Thursday evening (by P. Francesch)

22 November 2013 11:45 AM

Catalan President tells Rajoy that “moderation” is reaching agreements

The Spanish Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, said on Thursday that he was hoping that “moderation” and “common sense” will finally “prevail in Catalonia”. In the evening, the President of the Catalan...

Patricia Ferguson, Labour Party MP from Scotland, at the Catalan Parliament (by A. Moldes)

20 November 2013 09:26 PM

Scottish Labour MPs: a referendum could have been organised without London’s approval

The Catalan Parliament’s Committee on self determination welcomed two Scottish MPs, Stewart Maxwell (SNP) and Patricia Ferguson (Labour Party) to learn from their experience on the political processes that led to the 2014...

Cristóbal Montoro in a recent People's Party meeting in Gandia (by ACN)

20 November 2013 09:19 PM

Spanish Government “regrets” the “confusion” about cancelling the €1.76 billion transfer

The Spanish Finance Minister, Cristóbal Montoro, “regretted” on Tuesday evening the “confusion” about having announced in October he was cancelling a €1.76 billion transfer to the Catalan Government. Without...

José María Aznar at his last book's presentation this November (by ACN)

20 November 2013 08:50 PM

Aznar demands jail-time for anyone organising an illegal self-determination vote

In a clear reference to the President of the Catalan Government, Artur Mas, the former Spanish Prime Minister José María Aznar – who chairs the governing People’s Party (PP) think tank – asked for the approval of...

The European Parliament's plennary session (by B. Blay)

19 November 2013 07:17 PM

European Parliament’s final approval of the Mediterranean Railway Corridor

After years of debate, the new European Union’s Transport Priorities have finally been approved. The European Parliament has approved the Commission’s plan to build 9 major transport corridors connecting the continent from West to...

Artur Mas (centre) at a book presentation, when he asked the PSC "not to get off from the [self-determination] train" (by P. Mateos)

19 November 2013 04:46 PM

Catalan President asks the Socialists not to run away from self-determination

The parties supporting Catalonia’s right to self-determination regret the Catalan Socialist Party (PSC)’s decision to step down from giving active support to this political process. Last week the PSC’s leadership decided not...

The PSC's Secretary General, Pere Navarro, at last Sunday's National Council (by M. Belmez)

18 November 2013 10:20 PM

Catalan Socialists’ leadership runs away from self-determination

The Catalan Socialist Party (PSC) held this weekend an extraordinary meeting and approved the leadership’s proposal to oppose any initiative backing Catalonia’s self-determination that has not been agreed in advance with the Spanish...

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