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Catalans for Yes 🎗 4 Mar 19
Former Spanish Secretary of State for Security has told Supreme Court judges that voters had "a violent attitude" and that the Spanish police made use of the "minimum and indispensable" force. Let's see...
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Jordi Arrufat Jul 6
For 🇱🇹 Lithuanian friends, this is why there is so much interest about "Saras" Jasikevicius coming back to Barcelona as FCB Basketball coach, he has always showed support to Catalan independence. This is what he said just after the
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Foreign Friends of Catalonia🎗 7 May 19
continues with more harrowing testimonies of torturous use of force by Spanish Riot Police on : “Police grabbed me by the genitals & pulled me out” Another punched me outside”
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The Catalan Call for Democracy Dec 22
Interesting live coverage of by on October 1st, 2017
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Europe Elects 16 Dec 18
Spain (Catalonia), Opinòmetre poll: "If a referendum was held on independence, how would you vote?" For Independence: 57% (+3) Against Indepence: 43% (-3) +/- Sep 2017 Field Work: 3-12 December 2018 Sample size: 800 Chart: ara
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Helle Kettner 16 Jan 19
Replying to @HelleKettner
The arrests seem to be related to the occupation of the high-speed train rails in Girona during the anniversary of the on October 1 , where around 400 people occupied the railroad tracks.
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ReTweet4Catalonia 23 Jun 19
Para-military police sent to to stop the on the 1st of October complain because eventually they weren't awarded a medal.
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Òmnium International 22 Jan 19
Spain's foreign minister once again lies about the images on the police's violence during the on 2017, saying they were false and claiming that instead of a 1,000 injured, only two were admitted to the hospital.
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#1OCT catmemoria.cat 22 Jan 19
Replying to @josepgoded
All data and media about here : 👇🏻
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Janne Riitakorpi 27 Feb 19
Yes. It was your responsibility as the PM of Spain to prevent Spanish police from using considerably extensive violence on the day of the .
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Nina Osegueda 🤘 6 Mar 19
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Mireia D. B. Aug 13
China sending military teams to Hong Kong, the same did just before the (1.10.2017). This is the way some countries pretend to solve political issues: with threats, intimidating and using violence. The difference is the still calls Spain a
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Daniel Cetrà Oct 1
As today marks the second anniversary of the I’ve written a blog for on where we are now
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Pelle Dragsted Oct 1
Two years ago I witnessed how Spanish police forces brutally attacked peacefull catalan voters Firing rubber bullets at elderly people. A day of shame for european democracy.
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Mireia D. B. 10 Apr 19
: Court to prosecute 30 public figures for a series of alleged crimes linked to 2017. A joint bail of €6 million (£5.1m) has been set. @MediaNetScot
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K🅰️TS 🇸🇪🎗🇭🇰🌊 Oct 22
Replying to @AlexHinojo @badiucao
Badiucao made this cartoon 2 years ago, inspired by the footage from the
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ANC Dinamarca 🎗️ Oct 17
Sad days, but a new future is blooming in . The situation is pretty well illustrated below: Focus on riots, so that cannot realize how many there are in reality backing up the
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The Yellows Catalonia Oct 1
Today marks the 2nd anniversary of the O-1st . A day in which a peaceful people decided to go to the polls and cast their vote. That day the Spanish state began their violent oppression... until today!
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Thomas G. Schulze 🎗 (personal account) 28 Feb 19
> 2 million Catalans who wanted to peacefully vote in were not allowed to do so and many beaten up by . But you do not care, : the Hypocrisy of 's old boys' club. At least Jean Claude is wittier and not boring.
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Jayanth Venkatesh Oct 14
Meanwhile in residential areas this is how is reacting... amazing to see everyone getting involved for their common cause...
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