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EUROPE / The Spanish Civil War, revisited
Date of publication at Tlaxcala: 18/10/2017
Translations available: Français 

The Spanish Civil War, revisited

Pepe Escobar Пепе Эскобар


Puigdemont's political twist could invoke a lethal response from Madrid: suspension of Catalonia's government

Call it theatre of the absurd – with a lethal subtext. Under pressure from all corners – even Donald Tusk, president of the EU Council – in his fateful date with destiny Carles Puigdemont, President of Catalonia, came up with some last-minute judo dialectics. He issued a non-denial denial Unilateral Declaration of Independence from Spain. What was declared was immediately suspended; the Republic of Catalonia lasted for six seconds.

The deft political gambit left Madrid predictably bewildered. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, a.k.a. nano-Franco, issued an ultimatum; you have five days to say if you declared independence or not.

Independent of the answer, Madrid’s nuclear option remains on the cards; infamous article 155 of the Constitution, which calls for the suspension of Catalonia’s government and parliament from six to 12 months.

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Courtesy of Asia Times
Publication date of original article: 12/10/2017
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