Montag, 09. Oktober 2017

Kataloniens Präsident bekräftigt Unabhängigkeitspläne

Trotz einer Massendemonstration in Barcelona gegen die Abspaltung Kataloniens von Spanien hat Regionalregierungschef Carles Puigdemont seine Pläne für die Unabhängigkeit der Region bekräftigt. „Die Unabhängigkeitserklärung (...) ist im Referendumsgesetz vorgesehen. Wir werden das Gesetz befolgen”, sagte Puigdemont am Sonntag in einem Interview des katalanischen Fernsehsenders TV3.

BARCELONA - SPAIN: Catalan president Carles Puigdemont arrives to receive members of the Independent Commission for Mediation, Dialogue and Conciliation at the Catalan Government 'Generalitat' headquarters in Barcelona on October 6, 2017..The Catalan regional government has said it could declare independence next week. It claims voters backed the move in a referendum vote outlawed by Madrid. The political standoff has dragged Spain into its worst political crisis in decades. Catalonia accounts for a fifth of Spain's economy. / AFP PHOTO / LLUIS GENE. - Foto: APA (AFP)
BARCELONA - SPAIN: Catalan president Carles Puigdemont arrives to receive members of the Independent Commission for Mediation, Dialogue and Conciliation at the Catalan Government 'Generalitat' headquarters in Barcelona on October 6, 2017..The Catalan regional government has said it could declare independence next week. It claims voters backed the move in a referendum vote outlawed by Madrid. The political standoff has dragged Spain into its worst political crisis in decades. Catalonia accounts for a fifth of Spain's economy. / AFP PHOTO / LLUIS GENE. - Foto: APA (AFP)

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