Catalonia is nowadays part of Spain, but two thirds of the Catalan Parliament (90 out of 135 members of six political parties) are working to organize a self-determination referendum on November 9. It would ask two questions: “Do you want Catalonia to be a state?” and “Do you want that state to be independent?”.
Most Catalans support the right to self-determination, according the last Catalan elections held on November 25, 2012.
Unlike the cases of the UK with Scotland, or Canada with Quebec, the Spanish Government does not allow Catalonia to vote this issue.

Today is the first of the rest of our live’s.


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