barcelona - The Catalan separatist and government leader Carles Puigdemont will speak in the Catalan parliament on Tuesday evening at 18.00 on 'the political situation \u0026 # x27; \u0026 # x27; after the illegal referendum on independence of October 1.
The speech is excited because Puigdemont said he wanted to call on independence on the basis of that ballot. The Spanish Government and the Judiciary do not accept such a declaration of independence and are expected to intervene immediately. Thus, the Catalan government could be arrested and the government of the region taken over.
The referendum was intended to be chaotic and mainly for detainees. But according to Puigdemont it is valid. With 90 percent of voters for independence, it is now in his eyes to exclaim a Catalan republic.
Separators expect that he is doing this Tuesday evening. They gather around the parliament building to celebrate it. But many Spanish media find hesitations in the camp of Puigdemont. The massive protests against Spain's seclusion last weekend, the haste of companies from Catalonia and the absence of European support have tempered enthusiasm for a one-sided separation.