Una frattura nel cuore dell’Europa

Sono giorni cruciali per la Catalogna dopo gli scontri avvenuti durante il referendum del primo ottobre contestato da Madrid, lo sciopero generale del 3 ottobre e il duro intervento del re Felipe. L’Europa è una grande esperienza di unità nella diversità dei popoli che può dare risposte adeguate ad una crisi che chiede l’intervento degli uomini e donne di pace.

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A handout photo made available by the Spanish Royal House shows Spanish King Felipe VI giving a speech two days after the celebration of the Catalonian illegal referendum, in Madrid, Spain, 03 October 2017.  ANSA/Francisco Gomez / Spanish Royal House HANDOUT  HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Pro-independence students shout slogans in defense of their right to vote during a protest at the University Square in Barcelona, northeastern Spain, on 28 September 2017. Catalonia is to hold an independence referendum on the upcoming 01 October, in spite of it has been banned by the Constitutional Court.  ANSA/Juan Carlos Cardenas EDITORIAL NOTE: STUDENT'S FACE BLURED DUE TO SPANISH LAW
Firemen try to hold back Catalan pro-independence people as clashes take place with Spanish Civil guards at a polling center at Sant Julia de Ramis sports center in Girona, where the Catalan President, Carles Puigdemont, was initially to vote, in Girona, Catalonia, northeastern Spain, on 01 October 2017. Spanish National Police officers and Civil guards have been deployed to prevent the people from entering to the polling centers to vote in the Catalan independence referendum, that has been banned by the Spanish Constitutional Court, but many people have managed to do it. The police action has provocked clashes between pro-independence people and the police forces in some polling centers. EFE/Andreu Dalmau  EPA/Andreu Dalmau
People wave Spanish national flags during a protest against the Catalan independence referendum at the Main Square of Madrid, Spain, on 01 October 2017. The Catalan Government has called an independence referendum in spite of it has been banned by the Constitutional Court.  EPA/Mariscal
Spanish National riot policemen evict a young woman during clashes between the people gathered outside the Ramon Llull school and police forces during the '1-O Referendum' in Barcelona, Catalonia, on 01 October 2017. National Police officers and Civil guards have been deployed in Barcelona to prevent the people from entering to the polling centers and vote in the Catalan independence referendum, that has been banned by the Spanish Constitutional Court. The police action has provocked clashes between pro-independence people and the police forces.  EPA/Alberto Estevez
Catalan regional Vice-President, Oriol Junqueras, left, and Catalan President, Carles Puigdemont, attend during a protest called by pro-independence outside of the Palau Generalitat in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, Oct. 2, 2017. Catalonia's government will hold a closed-door Cabinet meeting Monday to discuss the next steps in its plan to declare independence from Spain following a disputed referendum marred by violence. (ANSA/AP Photo/Manu Fernandez) [CopyrightNotice: Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.]
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Tens of supporter of Lega Nord (North League) partecipate at the demonstration
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