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Independence Crisis in Catalonia

Spain revokes Catalonia’s self-government in the wake of a controversial independence referendum.

Plaça de Catalunya Barcelona Spain
Night falls on Plaça de Catalunya in Barcelona, Spain, September 11 (Sergio Marchi)
  • Spain has dissolved the autonomous Catalan government and charged its members with rebellion and sedition after they declared independence.
  • Elections for a new parliament will be held on December 21.
  • 92 percent voted to break away from Spain in a referendum on October 1, but only 43 percent of Catalans participated.

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