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Dopo la Scozia la Catalogna (Affari Internazionali)

Tuesday, 30 september 2014 | Affari Internazionali
Segnaliamo quest'articolo di Elena Marisol Brandolini, giornalista, collaboratrice di molte testate giornalistiche italiane, e del Col·lectiu Emma. Elena Marisol Brandolini 30/09/2014 Affari Internazionali Il Tribunale Costituzionale spagnolo ha sospeso la celebrazione della consultazione popolare prevista per il prossimo 9 di novembre sul futuro assetto statuale della Catalogna, convocata da Artur Mas lo scorso sabato 27 settembre, sulla base della legge sulle consultazioni approvata dal parlamento catalano la settimana precedente. [+]

Rassegna Stampa Italiana fino al 27 settembre 2014

Monday, 29 september 2014
Pochi giorni dopo l’approvazione, da parte del parlamento della Catalogna, della legge per le consultazioni referendarie, la mattina di sabato 27 settembre Artur Mas, presidente del governo della comunità autonoma, ha firmato il decreto per convocare un referendum il 9 novembre. Il quesito: Volete voi che la Catalogna diventi uno Stato? In caso di risposta affermativa, volete che questo Stato sia indipendente? La stampa italiana ha immediatamente ripreso la notizia: segnaliamo solo alcuni dei molti articoli usciti in poche ore. [+]

Choc de deux locomotives? Ou refus de Mariano Rajoy de négocier et de proposer? Nous vous présentons deux points de vue français sur la situation de la Catalogne à la croisée des chemins

Monday, 29 september 2014 | Le Figaro, Libération
Libération : Catalogne: Madrid va bloquer un référendum sans résoudre la crise  AFP 28 SEPTEMBRE 2014 Le gouvernement espagnol s’apprête à bloquer lundi le référendum sur l’indépendance que veut organiser la Catalogne, sans résoudre la crise politique posée par cette riche région qui veut s’émanciper de l’Espagne. Un conseil des ministres extraordinaire a été convoqué lundi pour faire appel au Tribunal constitutionnel contre la convocation de référendum pour le 9 novembre signée samedi par le président catalan Artur Mas. [+]

Nos partenaires européens (Xavier Sala i Martín, Diari ARA)

Saturday, 27 september 2014 | Diari ARA
XAVIER SALA I MARTÍN, économiste catalan, professeur à la Columbia University Publié par le quotidien ARA, le 16/09/2014 J’ai toujours pensé que pour bien connaître quelqu’un il faut le voir agir dans des situations de crise personnelle. Par exemple, la réaction du mari face à sa femme lui annonçant qu’elle veut divorcer le dépeint tel qu’il est. Dans une telle circonstance, certains hommes reconnaissent avoir eu des torts et s’attellent à corriger les erreurs ; quelquefois cette réaction honnête permet de trouver une solution à la crise. [+]

L’indépendantisme espagnol (Ferran Sáez, Diari ARA)

Friday, 26 september 2014 | Diari ARA
FERRAN SÁEZ MATEU | Diari ARA 15-9-2014 Ce titre pourrait sembler un jeu de mots, une comparaison équivoque ou une blague, et pourtant l'indépendantisme espagnol a bel et bien existé et a aussi dû faire face à un débat très intéressant entre partisans et adversaires de l’indépendance espagnole. Dans toutes les villes de l'Etat espagnol, y compris à Barcelone, il y a une "rue de l'Indépendance", et elle ne fait pas précisément référence à l’indépendance du Malawi ou de la Norvège. [+]

21 September. The final score left no room for doubt: 106 - 28* (Vicenç Villatoro, Diari ARA)

Thursday, 25 september 2014 | Diari ARA
VICENÇ VILLATORO | Updated 20/09/2014 Diari ARA Perhaps that’s why hardly any Madrid newspapers carried the story. When a state ignores, fights and looks down on something that the institutions of a territory have approved by 106 yeas vs 28 nays, that state has a problem. When a Constitution is used to ensure that, in a given territory, the opinion of 28 individuals prevails over that of 106, when it is used to tell the legitimate representatives of that territory that their decision is worthless, then not only does that Constitution have a problem, but it is a problem in itself. [+]

Utopia assassina: Javier Cercas smentisce

Tuesday, 23 september 2014 | LEspresso
Nel n. 38 de "L'Espresso" del 25 settembre 2014, a p. 148 lo scrittore ricusa le affermazioni sul nazionalismo catalano attribuitegli da Wlodek Goldkorn. Il giornalista e il prof. Patrizio Rigobon gli rispondono a breve giro. Tutta la vicenda, come ben dice Alba SIdera, si rivela però come una radiografia del trattamento tendenzioso e superficiale che la stampa italiana riserva alla questione catalana. In un reportage sulla Catalogna ("L'Espresso", n. 32) mi vengono attribuite alcune cose che non penso assolutamente. [+]

La démocratie espagnole, un oxymoron? (Le Devoir)

Tuesday, 23 september 2014 | Le Devoir
18 septembre 2014 | Agustí Nicolau-Coll - Géographe et historien d’origine catalane, vice-président du Cercle culturel catalan du Québec | Europe Le Devoir Le refus du gouvernement espagnol et de la grande majorité des forces politiques espagnoles de reconnaître le droit du peuple catalan à être consulté sur l’avenir politique de la nation fait que l’expression « démocratie espagnole » ressemble chaque fois plus à un oxymoron. [+]

Europe will never be the same after Scot vote, nor will British euroscepticism (The Telegraph)

Monday, 22 september 2014 | The Telegraph
We would like to draw your attention to the following article by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, published on September 20th 2014 in The Telegraph. Excerpts: What matters to them is the precedent set by this extraordinary episode. Scotland’s right to self-determination was recognised. The British state allowed events to run their course, vowing to accept the outcome. “It is a great lesson for democracy for the whole world. What we have seen in Scotland is the only way to settle conflicts,” said Artur Mas, the Catalan leader. [+]

The View from Catalonia. The Ins and Outs of the Independence Movement (By Carles Boix and J.C. Major, Foreign Affairs)

Friday, 19 september 2014 | Foreign Affairs
By Carles Boix and J.C. Major Published in www.foreignaffairs.com September 11th, 2014 Over the past few years, the number of Catalans who wish for independence from Spain has skyrocketed. Until the early 2000s, a steady 10–15 percent supported independence; now, according to recent opinion polls, that percentage is closer to 50 (with 30 percent opposing and the rest either abstaining or offering no opinion). Support for independence does not wane even when those surveyed are told that it could result in exclusion from the European Union. [+]


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Wednesday, 23.7.2014 10:30

The clock keeps ticking in Catalonia

With less than four months to go until November 9th, the scheduled date for a referendum on independence in Catalonia, those advocating for a negotiated solution – the so-called "third way" ... [+]

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