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PODCAST: Catalan election – the runners and riders

February 14 has been confirmed as the date but the big question remains: who is going to win? 

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30 January 2021 11:04 AM

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ACN | Barcelona

It's election time. After weeks of uncertainty the courts have confirmed that the Catalan election on February 14 will be going ahead. Episode 13 of Filling the Sink has got everything you need to know about the parties, the polls and the permutations. Press play below to listen or subscribe on Apple PodcastsGoogle Podcasts or Spotify.

 

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Will the independence bloc retain a majority in parliament? Will the far right enter the chamber for the first time? Which party will be number one and what will the next government look like?

Lorcan Doherty puts the questions to Catalan News deputy editor Guifré Jordan and ACN political reporter Gerard Artigas.

Plus, with only 5.3 million entitled to vote in Catalonia, home to around 6.2 million adults, Cristina Tomàs White asks: Who should have a say in a democracy?

Listen to more episodes of Filling the Sink below.

 

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  • Image of a citizen casting their ballot in Lleida, western Catalonia, during the May 26, 2019 election (by Laura Alcalde)

  • Image of a citizen casting their ballot in Lleida, western Catalonia, during the May 26, 2019 election (by Laura Alcalde)

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