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November 24, 2014

President of the Government of Spain will visit Catalonia on November 29

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President of the Government of Spain will visit Catalonia on November 29

The main theme of the visit of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy will be discussion of the referendum celebrated in the province on November 9, 2014, about the separation of Catalonia from Spain. According to the central government of the country, the province of national sovereignty is not negotiable, and to that will point once again the president Mariano Rajoy, three weeks after the announcement of the results of the inquiry of population, who had no legal basis.

The Spanish Prime Minister and President of the Popular Party, Mariano Rajoy, will visit Catalonia on November 29 of this year, twenty days after the illegal referendum of the province, as was confirmed by the public sources.

Although initially, the official sources reported that the visit of the President of the Government of Spain will be held this Saturday, November 22, but due to schedule of official visits and meetings of the Prime Minister, finally, a visit to Catalonia was transferred and assigned to 29 November. During this visit, Mariano Rajoy will explain to the Catalan authorities his position on the referendum conducted on November, 9 (named 9-N,) making it clear that the national sovereignty of the province and its separation from Spain is not negotiable.

In addition, the chief executive of Spain within the G-20 summit in Brisbane (Australia) at the weekend said that his visit to Catalonia has long been planned for the near future in order to “protect the interests of the Catalans.”

He also said that he should better explain his arguments and recognized errors in the communication strategy by state position in relation to the independence of Catalonia. “I'll have to explain better my reasons and my arguments,” said the Prime Minister of Spain.

Rajoy has explained some of the ideas that he will present during his visit to the province. “I tell them that being a Spaniard, a Catalan, a European, they are also in the G-20. And I'm going to explain that in today's world for no one is profitable to be isolated,” said the president of the Spanish Government.

 

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