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Puigdemont and Colau they ask for a letter to Rajoy and the King, to agree on the referendum

The answer has always been a negative or, worse still, a reaction's countdown untenable , report the four political Catalan

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Puigdemont and Colau they ask for a letter to Rajoy and the King, to agree on the referendum

The answer has always been a negative or, worse still, a reaction's countdown untenable , report four political Catalan

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The president of Catalan government, Carles Puigdemont, vice-president of Catalan Government, Oriol Junqueras, president of Parliament, Carme Forcadelland mayor of Barcelona, Ada Colau, have sent a joint letter to Mariano Rajoy, with a copy to Philip VI to agree to referendum. The letter asks chief most of State “a call for dialogue to address how we can make according to catalans celebrate referendum. An open dialogue without conditions. A political dialogue, from legitimacy that each one represents, to make possible what democracy is never a problem, nor still less a crime: listen to voice of citizens.”

The letter, advanced by RAC1 and that is also published in Financial Times, points out that “ political disputes are resolved, in democratic systems, through policy proposals that are result of negotiations and dialogue". They add that "between Catalonia and Spanish State re is an obvious political conflict that comes from far away and we tried to resolve with maximum agreement." "Our willingness for dialogue has been, is and will be permanent”, y conclude, despite fact that government of catalonia maintains all preparations for referendum and provides for independence express if you win or.

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The document, to 16 days from October 1, he explains, " answer has always been a negative or, worse still, a reaction regressive unsustainable. When Constitutional Court struck down Statute, which had previously been voted by parliaments in Catalan and Spanish and approved in referendum by citizens of Catalunya, broke covenant constitution of 1978". Puigdemont, Colau, Junqueras and Forcadell report that "far from opening door to dialogue, Spanish government has begun an offensive of unprecedented repression in that includes from limitation to fundamental right to freedom of expression, preventing public acts and threatening means of communication, to arrest of 75% of mayors of Catalonia have shown a willingness to participate in referendum".

After months of lack of clarity on wher y may vote in Barcelona in referendum on independence organised by Generalitat, Colau and  Puigdemont announced yesterday that y have reached an agreement to make this possible. But none of two want to reveal formula.

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