Spain set to reject Catalan call for referendum on independence
The Spanish parliament looks set to refuse Catalonia’s bet to put on a referendum on independence.
the Socialists and also Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s Popular Party maintain a big part within the construction and both have stated they’ll vote from the movement.
“As prime minister I’m and you will be everyone’s prime minister. I can’t think about Catalonia outside Europe.” and Spain and I protect Catalonia included in Spain, since I can’t think about Spain without Catalonia stated Prime Minister Rajoy.
Catalan leader Artur Mas stated he’d pursue additional legal avenues when the referendum is rejected:
As Catalans accuse Madrid of getting its profit fees then discriminating from the Catalan language service remains strong to get a breakaway.
Marta Rovira is parliamentary representative for Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya (ERC):
“It is really easy to assume a situation such as the Scottish situation. It’s quite simple. A desk, two seats, some documents, a pencil lots of sensitivity.” and political will
Because he brought the combat governmental forces and the 2006 Catalan Statute of Autonomy, an institutional structure describing the areas rights Catalans have no love for Rajoy.