Spanish court indicates claim off parliament Catalonia
barcelona - The Constitutional Court of Spain rejected the resolution on independence for the Catalan regional parliament on November 9 because this would violate the constitution. The parliament in Barcelona then decided majority to begin with the separation from Spain.
That should be an offense under the resolution within eighteen months. The Catalan politicians who strive for secession, were in the regional elections in late September with two sides together nearly 48 percent of the vote. That was enough for a parliamentary majority of 135 seats. They have said to ignore the verdict of the Constitutional Court.Catalonia 's 7.5 million inhabitants account for one sixth of the Spanish population and one fifth of the Spanish economy.