Spain supervision took control over Catalonia and dismissed President Carles Puigdemont on Oct 28, 2017. This after a stipulation of independence from Spain in a council event led by Puigdemont. However, a Catalan separatist personality has already called to democratically conflict a measures of Prime Ministre Mariano Rajoy.
The council event took place in a closed-door where resulted in 70 votes in favor, 10 opposite and dual abstentions. As shortly as this happened, Spain supervision dissolved a council and began to make changes to a leaders of a newly eccentric region.
As a result, Spain announced a new informal choosing on Dec. 21, 2017. Puigdemont along with 12 members of a Cabinet were fired, will no longer be paid, and could be arrested if they do not approve by stepping down.
Only one Catalan central has responded to a executive order. Police arch Lluis Trapero pronounced he will approve and conform a order. A orator from Spain pronounced Puigdemont should run for bureau if he wishes to sojourn in politics.
Written by Bassil Sockar
Edited by Cathy Milne
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