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Police brutality apology from Spain to Catalonia

The Spanish government apologized to Catalonia & #39;d due to police violence in the referendum on October 1 and #39;d attachment independence.

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Police brutality apology from Spain to Catalonia
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After eventful referendum in Catalonia's autonomous region of Spain, first time in Madrid came to a statement about police brutality. Catalonia representative of Spanish Government spoke about Enric Millo independence referendum. Spanish representative Millo said, "I can apologize and repent for intervening police." In referendum on Sunday, 900 people were injured in harsh intervention of security forces. In Spain, independence debate between central government and Catalonia is also in progress. The Parliament of Catalonia is determined to convene despite decision of Spanish Constitutional Court in opposite direction. The assembly is expected to convene next week to declare independence. The Spanish Constitutional Court suspended session of Catalonia Assembly, which is expected to unilaterally declare independence from Spain.

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