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Catalan Police Chief to Be Questioned in Relation to Sedition Investigation
07 October 2017, 12:47 | Nina Mathis
Reuters Plaza Catalunya after voting ended for the banned independence referendum in Barcelona Spain
"The European Commission must encourage worldwide mediation".
"They have placed themselves totally outside the law and democracy", he said of the Catalan leadership.
In this Sunday, 1 October 2017 photo, Spanish National Police scuffle with people trying to reach a voting site at a school assigned to be a polling station by the Catalan government in Barcelona, Spain.
In his televised address to the nation, the king said the Catalan leaders who organised the referendum showed their "disrespect to the powers of the state".
Catalans took part in a general strike and protest Tuesday, shutting down road traffic, public transport and businesses and ratcheting up fears of unrest.
Salvador Pont, 42, an attorney from Barcelona, told Channel 2 News that police's response to the vote was "the worst mistake Spain could do". During Spain's June friendly against Colombia in Murcia, a city in southeast Spain, he was jeered by supporters who oppose Catalonia independence.
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The Catalan government now says it plans to unilaterally declare independence from Spain within 48 hours.
The threat of secession by Catalonia, which accounts for about 20 percent of the country's entire economic output, is also piling political pressure on Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and his minority government.
"I want to highlight (to all of the citizens of Catalonia) that we live in a democratic state where anyone can defend their ideas, within their respect for the law".
Clashes involving riot police and protesters took place as the region went to the polls in a vote which Spain's national government has declared to be unconstitutional and illegal. Not only would it galvanise support for Puigdemont's position, it would also bring huge crowds on to the streets in protest.
He said that the use of article 155, and the possible arrest of members of the Catalan government - including himself - could be the "ultimate mistake".
Dr Ramon Pardo, a senior lecturer in worldwide relations at King's College London has told Express.co.uk it is now a question of how, and not if, Catalonia will declare independence.
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