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Mariano Rajoy said that the new Catalan parliament should hold its maiden session on January 17, the first step in reinstating local government after Madrid fired the old regional administration for illegally declaring independence
The tour ends on November 24
The Spanish government moved to impose direct rule over Catalonia and convened regional elections on December 21
The protesters demanded the release of Carles Puigdemont and the recognition of their autonomy
United States, Britain, France, and Germany also swiftly dismissed the declaration and expressed support for Rajoy’s efforts to keep Spain united
The Spanish government moved to impose direct rule over Catalonia less than an hour after its parliament declared independence
The measures must now be approved by Spain’s upper house, the Senate, where a vote is scheduled for October 27
Mexican Chancellor Luis Videgaray stated that should Catalonia declare its independence unilaterally, Mexico will not recognize the Catalan State pursuant to International Law
The people of Catalonia had been tricked into taking part in the banned vote, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said
Catalan leaders are determined to hold the vote on October 1, defying the central Madrid government and a Constitutional Court ban and saying that the regional assembly in Barcelona will declare independence within 48 hours of a “yes” victory