- General strike in Catalonia stopped life
- Barcelona's support for independence initiatives in Catalonia
- Two resignations in Barcelona (response after referendum on Catalonia)
Catalonia Prime Minister Carles Puigdemont, who first spoke to British broadcasting agency BBCafter referendum, said, "We can declare independence at end of this week or at beginning of next week." Puigdemont has used phrase "it would be a mistake that changes everything" in case of central government's decision to take over Catalan administration by interfering.
The Prime Minister of Catalonia also explained that y are not in dialogue with central government.
Response from King of Spain to referendum
Spain Felipe, sixth King, reacted to a referendum on independence in Catalonia. Felipe accused government of Catalonia with an unacceptable infidelity in his speech to nation:
"The management of Catalonia divided Catalan people and faced it, attempted to break unity and national sovereignty of Spain, systematically violating constitution, democracy and powers of Spanish state. These authorities, openly and clearly, have remained completely out of democracy and law. "
King Felipe also noted that people of Spain are next to murderers who are concerned about attitudes of autonomous administration.
More than 90 per cent of respondents voted "yes" in an independence referendum in Spain's autonomous region of Catalonia. At least 900 people were injured in police intervention on day of referendum.