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Donald Tusk
For EU nothing changes. Spain remains our only interlocutor. I hope the Spanish government favours force of argument, not argument of force.
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James Utterson 27 oct.
Respondiendo a @eucopresident
The EU is a disgrace. Sitting on its hands whilst a member country prepares to violently attack its own people.
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Colin Dunn 27 oct.
Argument has failed, and Catalonia has made a democratic choice. EU should, and must, recognise that, or politically it risks irrelevance.
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Jordy Sloan 27 oct.
Respondiendo a @eucopresident
You hope? This is your responsibility now, whether you accept it or not! You must not be complicit if Spain uses force against civilians.
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Leya 27 oct.
Spain already refused to negotiate *and* to fair elections. Catalonia was left with no choice. Does the EU stand for fascism or democracy?
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Col·lectiu Emma 27 oct.
Respondiendo a @eucopresident
Nothing changes? Really? We'll see about that.
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This Mad Island 🇪🇺🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿#FBPE 27 oct.
Why blame the EU FFS?
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ⓑⓛⓤⓔⓙⓐⓨ 27 oct.
Cause they do nothing but legitimize Spain in their repression
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Alistair Wheate 27 oct.
Exactly. And what will EU do if Spain does resort to violence? How bad will it have to get before action is taken?
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Jacek W. Bartyzel 27 oct.
Respondiendo a @eucopresident
Spanish government must respect the sovereignity of the Catalan Republic! Catalonia is no longer their business
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Humpty Bumpty 27 oct.
Respondiendo a @eucopresident @Holbornlolz
Both and remain valuable and respected allies of . We are here to assist in any way we can.
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Enrique 27 oct.
When it is written in the Constitution it is not repression.
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Ignasi Guardans 27 oct.
Respondiendo a @eucopresident
President, according to you, a democracy cannot use force to protect itself? Do you really understand what that would mean??
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Leya 27 oct.
You deserve fair elections, which Spain refused to agree to. And your country voted for independence with a turnout of over 50%.
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Pablo A. Gianella 27 oct.
"Catalonia has made no choice". Just a 40% of the Catalan census did.
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This Mad Island 🇪🇺🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿#FBPE 27 oct.
It depends how laws are enforced. Human rights must not be violated by the state
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Albert Macià  #República JxCAT 27 oct.
Respondiendo a @eucopresident
Mr Tusk, you're welcomed to the Catalan Republic
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