Catalan referendum plans unchanged following Mas-Rajoy meeting

Catalan MonitorNews Roundup, Special Report

Today’s meeting between the Catalan president Artur Mas and his Spanish counterpart Mariano Rajoy was a major development after almost two years since they last met. Its outcome, however, wasn’t as newsworthy as the event itself: Rajoy repeated once again that “the referendum is illegal, and therefore, it can’t and it won’t be held”.

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Meet the new Catalan MEPs

Catalan MonitorSpecial Report

Who are the MEPs who will bring the Catalan case to the European Parliament? What European allegiances do they have? What do they think about Catalonia and the EU? The Catalan … Read More

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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Catalan MonitorSpecial Report

Saint George, or Sant Jordi in Catalan, is perhaps Catalonia’s biggest non-bank holiday day. Although it looks as just another working day on the calendar, April 23 is celebrated all across … Read More

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