A massive, joyous demonstration of Spanish patriotism filled the streets of Barcelona. More than a million people -- 1.3 million according to police estimates -- took part. Countless flags and banners waved above the crowd in the brilliant sunshine, transforming the broad avenues of the city into rivers of riotous color. Songs and cheers and chants filled the air. “Viva Catalonia! Viva Espana!”These are the Catalonians who don't want independence. They love being Spaniards.
They did it. Catalonia's regional parliament voted this afternoon to secede from Spain. The vote in the 135-seat parliament was 70 yes and 10 no with two blank ballots. Members of three pro-Spain opposition parties, after bitterly attacking the independence resolution, boycotted the motion and walked out of the chamber as voting commenced.
The region of Catalonia in northern Spain braced for a momentous climax to its bid for self-rule today, as Catalan president Carles Puigdemont was set to give a speech to the regional parliament in which he could declare independence. The session follows an Oct. 1 referendum in which voters in Catalonia overwhelmingly called for independence.
@JonahNRO Some bracing clarity here. But--who defines "Jerusalem"? Does Trump's declaration mean that the US has signed onto Israel's redefinition of municipal boundaries over the years? https://t.co/g0fnQVRSID
@MZHemingway Wikileaks sent a decryption key and links to hacked documents to Trump's campaign. And, in case you missed it, we now know that there's really no such thing as "Wikileaks." There's a creep in the Ecuadorean embassy in London, a few groupies and hangers-on, and the GRU and FSB.
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