Spain, Madrid, "commissioner" the funds to Catalonia. Barcelona: "Repression unprecedented"
15 Eylül 2017 Cuma 08:13 - 15 reads.
MADRID - The central government of spain has decided to directly pay salaries of public services of Catalonia, giving Generalitat (regional government) Catalan, an ultimatum, "financial" 48 hours: Barcelona will haveà resumeà l' sending of weekly summaries of expenses because of stop announced yesterday by vice-president of Catalan, Oriol Junqueras. The hard provvidemento è was announced, minister of finance Spanish Cristobal Montoro.L'goal of measure is to avoid, among or things, that sums of public money are diverted for referendum on 's independence that Catalonia intends to convene first of October. So, government of Madrid has been curtailed on financial plan, Catalan by taking control of payments of region to employees and public services and to suppliers. The decision will becomeà effective if, within 48 hours.Anger on part of authoritiesà Catalan: president of Generalitat, Carles Puigdemont, and mayor of Barcelona Ada Colau have written an open letter to Madrid denouncing "a repression without precedent" of Madrid.Barcelona, a sea of flags stellate to say " yes " to referendum of independence in Meantime, tension is mounting in Spain and especially in Catalonia. The police prevented now carrying out of a meeting for referendum to Catalan of first of October with leader of left-wing secessionist Anna Gabriel Vitoria. "The right of assembly and freedom; of expression are threatened," in Spain, has denounced Gabriel. Dozens of people have expressed to Sant Feliu de Llobregat, near Barcelona, after a police raid in search of ballot papers for referendum. The Spanish government has not ruled out adopting "exceptional measures" to referendum dell'independence of first of October, as announced by a spokesman of government.