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The decision of the Spanish judge to send independence leader Jordi Sànchez and Jordi Cuixart captures the headlines following Puigdemont's decision not to retract the declaration of independence.
Catalonia faces another precipice moment as the deadline for President Puigdemont's ratification or retraction of declaration of independence finalises at 10 am this morning.
The deadline for Catalan President Carles Puigdemont's ratification or retraction of last Tuesday's declaration of independence and its subsequent retraction finalises at 10 am tomorrow.
With the deadline for Carles Puigdemont's clarification on whether independence was declared last Tuesday or not approaching, the mainstream media's fear campaign is stepping up a notch.
October 13 2017 Catalonia Headlines
The Spanish Government began the process of invoking Article 155 of the Spanish Constitution, which would effectively move the Catalan Government from power, but gave Carles Puigdemont time in order until the following Monday to clarify whether he had made a DUI or not.
Carles Puigdemont announced that the Catalan people had a right to declare independence from Spain but said that he would be suspending the effect of the declaration to allow time for dialogue
There was a general outcry to stop Carles Puigdemont from making a UDI not only from the Spanish Government and Unionists in Catalonia but also from far left parties in Catalonia
The massive pro-Unionist demonstrations brought hundreds of thousands of people out onto the streets of Barcelona in support of Catalonia remaining as part of Spain.
More predictions of doom, gloom and economic collapse if the Catalan government proceeds with the UDI.
Gas Natural follows the trail of the banks and moves its head office to Madrid.
CaixaBank and Banc Sabadell announced that they would be moving there headquarters out of Catalonia to Palma de Mallorca and Alicante respectively.
By Wednesday October 4th, just three days after the referendum, the campaign of fear had begun in earnest and newspapers began to warn of imminent economic collapse.
Tuesday was the General Strike against police violence and in favour of independence and in my opinion was as important as the the referendum because it showed the resolve of the Catalans.
This page lists historical and other events on March 19th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as festivals and a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.