dilluns, 1 de març de 2010

28F: new massive support for independence: 92 %

Seventy seven villages celebrated on 28th February the third wave of referendums about Catalonia’s independence. The census was biggest than the Spanish one because it included people from 16 to 18 years who could not vote in official elections. It also included migrant people without Spanish nationality but who live and work in Catalonia.

The turnout was 21 % of the people who could vote. It means about 23,5 % of the “official” census. Nowadays the Spanish socialist party is ruling Catalonia with only 15 % of the census support.
The results were clear: 92’33 % voted yes and only 4,88 % voted against a new Catalan state. With these consultations a million Catalans have been convoked; more than a quarter of them have voted and a ninety per cent decided to support the Catalan independence.
Next wave on April 25th with more than a hundred villages.

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