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Spanish PM calls on Catalan leader to 'return to legality'


Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Thursday referred to as on Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont to return to “legality” as rapidly as potential in order to end the persevering with catastrophe in Catalonia.

“Is there a solution to this? Yes and the best solution is a rapid return to legality and the confirmation as soon as possible that there is not going to be a unilateral declaration of independence (in the Catalan region), because that would avoid things getting worse,” Xinhua quoted the Prime Minister as saying.

“I think that everyone shares the idea is that all of those people and leaders who have decided that to stand outside of the law return to legality,” he added.

Rajoy was speaking four days after the Catalan independence referendum, declared illegal by the Spanish Constitutional Court.

There was a standard strike in Catalonia on October three with a complete lot of 1000’s of people protesting, whereas there have moreover been wide-scale protests outside of inns the place police are being housed by means of the catastrophe.

There has been no relaxation inside the rigidity with a strong message from King Felipe VI of Spain accusing Catalan authorities of breaking the Spanish Constitution and their Autonomous Status “in a repeated and systematic manner” and in exhibiting “inadmissible disloyalty to the powers of the state.”

In return, Puigdemont on Wednesday spoke reproaching the King’s angle, saying “in that way no,” however as well as saying he was open to dialogue.

Although Puigdemont has acknowledged he is open to dialogue, it is also true that the Catalan regional authorities have been referred to as to a session on Monday October 9 with the potential for a unilateral declaration of independence on the agenda.

Allegedly 90 per cent of the roughly 2.2 million Catalans who voted on Sunday (41 per cent of your entire amount allowed to vote) casting their vote in favour of separating from Spain.

The Spanish Constitutional Court on Thursday afternoon suspended this sitting of the Catalan assembly by which UDI (Unilateral Declaration of Independence ) could be talked about.

This in flip presents the potential for pro-independence occasions sitting on their very personal, which could carry forward a central authorities willpower to carry Article 155 of the Spanish Constitution into impression and droop the autonomy of the realm.

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