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Understanding the agreement that will lead to the 27S independence vote
The two main pro-independence parties have decided to go together despite their differences
1.4 million Catalans signed international complaint against Rajoy for banning self-determination vote
The petition will be sent to the UN, the European Parliament, the European Commission, the Council of Europe and the OSCE.
The case of Santiago Vidal: the persecution of a pro-independence judge
The judge can be sanctioned for having drawn up the draft of a hypothetical Catalan constitution.
The Catalan Tax Agency will hire 170 new professionals
This organisation plays a main role in the roadmap to sovereignty.
Catalonia requests €9.46 billion in loans from Spanish Government’s Liquidity Fund
Spanish Government recentralises powers and increases Catalonia’s debt.
Catalonia approves special status for Occitan Val d’Aran, including its right to self-determination
The new law recognises the Occitan national reality.
Why was an agreement on plebiscitary elections so hard to reach?
Article by Catalan writer and academic Ferran Sáez Mateu.
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Unionist arguments in Great Britain and Spain
Article by economist Modest Guinjoan.
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Three visions of Catalonia in Madrid
DIPLOCAT presents the book “The Independence of Catalonia Explained to my Spanish Friends”.
Victus – The Fall of Barcelona
The Irish Times reviews tha Catalan bestseller and criticises the Spanish embassy in the Netherlands for cancelling the presentation of the novel in Utrecht.
Who says what?
“In the long term, I think the Spanish government is making a mistake in not doing what the United Kingdom did with Scotland. Let them vote.”
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Catalonia in Contention
Harvard Political Review. September 27, 2014.
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