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Catalogne: un référendum sur l'indépendance, quoi qu'il arrive

Thursday, 29 september 2016 | LA TRIBUNE
Le président catalan Carles Puigdemont a annoncé qu'il maintenait sa priorité: l'indépendance de la Catalogne. Il préfère un référendum négocié avec l'Espagne. Mais désormais, si ce dernier n'est pas possible, il s'engage à tenir une consultation unilatérale en septembre 2017.

Catalan leader sees two options: referendum or referendum

Thursday, 29 september 2016 | FINANCIAL TIMES
Carles Puigdemont insists he is ready to negotiate with Madrid but says matter must be put to a vote

[Foto: Reuters]

Catalonia to hold independence referendum with or without Spain's consent

Thursday, 29 september 2016 | REUTERS
[Foto: Albert Gea/Reuters]

Raül Romeva: "Tarde o temprano vamos a tener que negociar" la independencia de Cataluña

Sunday, 25 september 2016 | CLARÍN
Lo afirmó el consejero de Asuntos Exteriores catalán. "Si no se puede hacer de manera pactada con el Estado, lo vamos a hacer igual", dijo.

(Foto: Andrés d'Elia)


El Consejo Asesor para la Transición Nacional de Catalunya marca las prioridades tras la desconexión de España

Saturday, 24 september 2016 | PUNTO NOTICIAS
Seguridad, fronteras y energía son ámbitos críticos del día siguiente a la independencia, también ampliar las competencias de los Mossos o bien crear una guardia nacional

(Por Juan Pablo Catalano)


No va a haber sitio

Thursday, 22 september 2016 | PALINURO
En las cárceles. No va a haber sitio en las cárceles para enchironar a los independentistas cuando los tribunales españoles, obedeciendo el mandato del gobierno, empiecen a condenarlos a docenas. Esa es la marcha que lleva el asunto de la investigación a Mas, Rigau, Ortega y Homs [...]


Catalonia sees itself as the nation-state of the future

Wednesday, 21 september 2016 | THE WASHINGTON POST
THE WASHINGTON POST   By ISHAAN THAROR   20-09-2016.-     In the northeastern corner of Spain, Sept. 11 has a different meaning than elsewhere in the world. It marks the "Diada," the national day of Catalonia, dating back to 1714 when Catalan forces in Barcelona surrendered to the conquering armies of the Bourbon monarch. Last week, as has been the case in recent years, hundreds of thousands of people marched in Barcelona and Catalonia’s other main cities on Sept. [+]

Catalan independence is peaceful, popular and national — which is why the Spanish state hates it

Monday, 19 september 2016 | IBTimes
IBTimes   FRANCESC SERÉS   16-09-2016.-   Spain's Minister of Foreign Affairs, José Manuel García Margallo, said on the eve of Catalonia's National Day that one can get over crises, that one can get over a terrorist attack, but that the one thing that's really irreversible is the dissolution of Spain.   I'm not sure if he was expressing a fear, an opinion, or both, but what is certain is that the thing that is tearing Spain apart is that the country can't get over ministers like him in government. [+]

En ausencia de violencia (Francesc Serés)

Monday, 19 september 2016 | EL PAÍS
El problema ya no es si España puede superar un ataque terrorista. El problema es que España hace mucho tiempo que no se supera a sí misma

(Foto: Vilaweb)

(Versión inglesa publicada en IBTimes)

Catalans make their case in Washington

Sunday, 18 september 2016 | POLITICO
Foto: A pro-independence demonstration in Barcelona during the Catalan National Day, 'Diada' | Josep Lago/AFP via Getty Images

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Sunday, 20.9.2015 21:00

A new kind of rally on September 11 – and a new kind of vote on September 27

On September 11, hundreds of thousands again took to the streets of Barcelona in what has become a yearly ritual of peaceful national affirmation and democratic resolve. The Catalans' persistent ... [+]

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