Many unwise voices keep shouting that independence movement in Catalonia is dead or about to be, yet despite those DOA misperceptions, last elections on the 28th of April for the Spanish parliament proved that there is a clear majority of... Continue Reading →
The perception in Catalonia by independence supporters is that on this trial they are judging not only our representatives, but the over 2 million people who voted in the referendum. This trial is not yet vengeance, but a repressive intent to reprimand, to show how they punish the exercise the right for self-determination of any people within the Spanish state.
Since plebiscite elections took place last 27th September in Catalonia, still we do not have either a president of Generalitat or declared independence, despite a majority was reached in the parliament. For the last weeks we have witnessed Artur Mas... Continue Reading →
This discourse has been recently recovered by Generalitat from the general military archives in Ávila amongst other important documentation that was being kept in Spain. They were initially confiscated by the Gestapo in 1940 from the Paris office Generalitat had... Continue Reading →
In the last 200 years, the world has seen lots of new countries being born. Most of them became independent after a civil war, others as a result of WW1 or WW2. Very few, like Iceland, can be proud to... Continue Reading →
Yesterday, in the middle of the process towards Catalan independence, I was denied my right to vote in the municipal elections at Cabrera de Mar, in Catalonia. The census for the elections was closed according to them 6 months ago... Continue Reading →
(An adaptation of the article published in ElSingulardigital.cat and written by Carlen Toronjoy i Manyé from the association Cercle Tecnològic de Catalunya) [Cercle Tecnològic de Catalunya is an independent non-profit transversal association composed by companies and free professionals that aim... Continue Reading →
Translation of the interview to Joan Canadell, General secretary of the business association “Cercle Català de Negocis” and co-author of the book “Catalonia, state of Europe” (Catalunya, Estat d’Europa). (Written by Alèxia L.Ferret and published in ElSingulardigital.cat) “When Catalonia becomes... Continue Reading →
(An adaptation of the article written by H.López Bofill on September 19th at the newspaper El Punt-Avui). "Secession from Spain will probably require a break-up action by declaring independence in the parliament with a wide democratic support." One of the... Continue Reading →
In view of the coming elections for the parliament of Catalonia next November 25th, Catalan labor unions followed the general strike yesterday: more than 100.000 people in Barcelona city demonstrated last afternoon, as the massive strike was followed by all... Continue Reading →
Last week, I visited my hometown, Barcelona, to be able to attend to the demonstration that ANC (Assamblea Nacional Catalana- Catalan National Assembly) organized to claim for the independence of my country, Catalonia. By 6 o’clock, almost 2 million people... Continue Reading →
“We have suggested to the Catalan president that if Spain intervenes in our competences, we should found a united national alliance and declare independence”. (An adaptation of the article published at Solidaritat Catalana.cat 16th July 2012.) The general secretary of... Continue Reading →
“We will be independent, I don’t know if it will happen in some months or in few years, but it will be soon”. “We need a well-prepared team of women and men that know how find allies in Europe while... Continue Reading →
An adaptation of a fragment of the book "Despullant Espanya" (Undressing Spain) by Víctor Alexandre (pages 41.-45) published permanently at http://www.racocatala.com/cat1714 Catalan people are not Spanish, for the same reason that Spanish are not Catalans. It seems unbelievable that such... Continue Reading →
It is obvious that the Spanish democracy is festering, as politicians of parties like Partido Popular, Ciutadans, PSC/PSOE do not work in favor the people but in favor of themselves.
Follow-up on the unfair trial to Catalan politicians At Madrid's Spanish Supreme Court there is a serious case of abnormal parallel realities happening these days during the trial to Catalan politicians. Like in Stranger Things Netflix success, depending on the... Continue Reading →