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An opportunity for Catalonia

By Javi López / 2 March, 2021

On 14 February, Catalonia has elected a new Parliament. This was the fourth snap election in the region in almost ten years, a clear illustration of the political instability that has become installed in this north-eastern region of Spain. It was also the last episode of a three-year-long internal fight […]

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The independence movement against Europe

By Josep Borrell / 20 December, 2017

What kind of Europe does not support the secession of Catalonia?

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Speech by Josep Borrell about Catalonia’s Democratic Crisis

By Josep Borrell / 14 December, 2017

How could the councillor say that those who do not agree with the referendum on independence do not agree because they are not citizens ?

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Catalonia: The moment for politics, the moment for dialogue

By Esther Niubó / 12 December, 2017

Catalonia is experiencing a time of unprecedented political and social tension, the result of the irresponsibility of two governments

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The Catalan labyrinth: is there a way out?

By José Félix Tezanos / 25 November, 2017

Since the Spanish Constitution, it had seemed that the “Catalan question” had been channelled into the form of an Autonomous Government

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