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The Latest from Catalonia: Elections and Political Prisoners

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Catalonia is Preparing a Unified List of Candidates to Defend its Independence Sources: Vilaweb, The Guardian, El Nacional / The Dawn News / November 10, 2017 Catalonia’s president in exile, Carles Puigdemont, has expressed his enthusiasm for the unitary list and his will to be the frontrunner Last Tuesday (November […]

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Spain Vs. Catalonia: What Must We Do?

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On September 17, at the rally organized by the Catalan People’s Unity Candidacy (CUP), Basque Marxist intellectual spoke to the crowd about the challenges ahead for  the independentist struggle they are carrying out. In his speech, he analyzed the present and near future of the Catalonian rebellion and drew comparisons […]

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Puerto Rico: Yet Another Mock Plebiscite?

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By: Rafael Cancel Miranda / Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / June 4, 2017 Pedro Albizu Campos said that annexation is the culmination of colonization, and I would also add that it would be suicide for the Puerto Rican people. It would formally seal the surrender of our […]

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