Well, I do not know what the results are for all of Catalonia, but if Sitges is any example at all, Catalonia voted for independence by a wide margin. I would add that the work of Madrid to stop the vote by concentrated effort of the large cities probably would only take away more no votes. Stay tuned!
Another world dignitary comes out to say that the vote for independence of Catalonia will be honored!
The president of the executive European Commission made the remarks during a broadcast on Youtube on Thursday.
Mr Juncker said: “If there were to be a ‘yes’ vote in favor of Catalan independence, then we will respect that opinion.
President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani said “a hypothetical independent Catalonia would start from scratch” with the European Union, the meaning when reading between the lines – the Catalans would automatically cease to be European citizens.
Spain’s constitutional court has said the vote is illegal and Madrid has threatened to arrest the region’s mayors who take part or enable the vote to take place.
Following from website of Transform Europe link provided and pdf of “Fifty point program” to end austerity and bring democracy to Catalonia
The coalition between Podemos and IU (called “c) is the only one that, on 26 June, could overturn the situation created by the 20 December Spanish election. In order to do that, Podemos and IU have agreed on a 50-point programme to end austerity and bring democracy to the country. Here we present transform!’s translation of said agreement.
Catalans to celebrate their national day with independence protests
On Monday afternoon, hundreds of thousands of people will gather across Catalonia to remember a disastrous defeat. Many among them, however, will be hoping that an equally momentous victory is not too far off.