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Oriol de Balanzó Oct 1
Catalans want to vote. This is the spanish response to it. (via )
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CataloniaDirect Jan 6
Spanish army 'was ready to take action in Catalonia' threatens Minister of Defense. Catalan yellow-scarf-wearing grannies, you've been forewarned
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ANC International 🎗 Jan 5
According to the Spanish Supreme Court, on Junqueras, the Spanish police was "hindered by violent force to exercise its legitimate actions". This kind of Orwellian newspeech is all part of a state going the authoritarian way.
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ANJI Sabadell🎗 Oct 2
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M Strubell Nov 15
: Minister of Justice says if Catalan voters renew proindy parties' overall majority in election (, illegally called), then direct rule will be retained. How does that fit into 's principles and values, as regards "fair elections"?
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Liz Castro Jan 12
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ANC International 🎗 Jan 12
You don't like the results of elections? Boycott their implementation!
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Joe Murtagh Oct 1
Catalan firefighters stand in unity and form a human chain to protect civilians from the brutal police
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James Badcock Nov 21
Accountability according to the gospel of Rajoy: Roberto Bermúdez de Castro will explain to the senate how direct rule over Catalonia is working out. A minor character for a minor matter.
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jimkennedy Dec 21
Meanwhile, the repression continues. The Guardia Civil police have announced that the Diada (Catalonia's national day) parades are now an act of 'rebellion,' thereby criminalising the annual acts of literally millions of Catalans.
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Mike Eastabrook 🎗️ Jan 5
Replying to @andrewiconnell
Absolutely disgusting decision, driven only by political spite. Why so little media coverage of these abuses against democracy in UK and EU? Must Catalans turn to violence as in Iran to get a voice outside Spain?
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NamasteToIndia Nov 5
Catalonia's deposed leader Carles Puigdemont and four former advisers have turned themselves in to Belgian police
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Maria Castellar Jan 26
This is what PM has to say about workplace gender equality. . Judge for yourself.
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Liz Castro Dec 30
These are the folks who are supposed to be the alternative to the right wing lizards already in power.
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Tere Masot Jan 26
Replying to @tjparfitt
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Mike Eastabrook 🎗️ Feb 20
This is surely how all those on Spain's wanted list should react. Stop complying with Spanish state rules and draw international spotlight. This is BBC... nothing on the other cases, but this defiance draws attention to &
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Raquel Frdz-Veiga Oct 8
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Carles Texas 🎗 Oct 30
Translation: "We will continue voting until we win". Implicitly: "And of course we will cheat so we don't have to vote many more times".
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Liz Castro Dec 27
Five feminists in Mallorca sentenced to a year in jail for interrupting a mass
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Tere Masot Jan 29
🇪🇸 Spanish government party, PP, through their communication spokesman, Pablo Casado, threatening the President of the Catalan Parliament, Roger Torrent. "he has two children, he already knows what he is doing"
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