THIS IS A CROSSPOST WITH GLOBAL RESEARCH, A FRATERNAL SITE
PETER KOENIG—Looking at history, Cataluña became part of Spain in the 15th Century under King Felipe VI and Queen Isabella. In the 20th Century, under the Spanish Republic, Cataluña with her own culture and language, received full autonomy in 1932. It was abolished by Franco, when he came to power in 1938. After Franco’s death in 1975, Cataluña regained temporary autonomy which lapsed in 2006, when a Spanish High Court challenged the Statute of Autonomy and ruled some articles of the Statute ‘unconstitutional’.
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WANTED: MEDIA FELONS
All abject servants of the plutocracy