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  • JoanVecord4.876 7 444👍 1.274
    Traducció a l'anglès del discurs d'ahir del nostre President, feta per la Catalan National Assembly (ANC USA), per si teniu amics estrangers a qui pugui interessar:

    Official Statement by the President on the political situation in Catalonia

    I stand here before Parliament to present to you the results of the referendum held on October 1 and to explain the political consequences derived from it. I am conscious, as I’m sure are many of you, that today I also stand before the people of Catalonia and before many others, who have focused their attention on what happens today in this chamber.

    We are living in an exceptional time, of historical dimension. The consequences and effects run beyond our country and it’s evident that, far from being an internal and domestic affair, as we have often had to hear from those who neglected their responsibility by not wanting to know about what’s happening, Catalonia is a European issue.

    Do not expect, from my speech, threats, blackmail nor insults. The current moment is serious enough for everyone to assume their corresponding responsibility and for the necessity to de-escalate tension and not to contribute to it, neither through word nor gesture. On the other hand, I wish to address the people; those who came out on the 1st and the 3rd of October, those who went to the demonstration on Saturday to advocate for dialogue, and those who came out massively on Sunday in defence of the unity of Spain. And to those who haven’t come out in any of those gatherings. All of us, with all of our differences, with all our points of understanding and divergence, all form part of the same people, and we must continue to work together, whatever happens, because that is how the history of a people who want to build a future is made.

    Obviously, we will never agree on everything. But we do understand, because we’ve already demonstrated it, that the way forward can be none other than through democracy and peace. That means respecting those who think differently, and finding a way to make possible collective aspirations, with the realisation that that requires a large dose of dialogue and empathy.

    As you may well imagine, in these recent days and hours many have spoken with me, suggesting both what needs to be done and what needs not be done. All of those suggestions are valid, respectable and appropriate for a moment like this. In all cases where I could I appreciated receiving them, because in each one I’ve heard good reasons which are worth listening to. I have also asked the opinion of many people, which has helped me and enriched the analysis of this moment in time and the perspective for the future, and I want to give them my heartfelt thanks.

    But what I’m presenting to you today is not a personal decision, nor is it the obsession of any one person: it’s the result of the 1st of October, of the will of the government which I preside over having maintained its commitment to call, organise and hold a referendum of self-determination, and naturally of the analysis of the following facts which we have shared at the core of Government. Today is the time to talk about the results in the Parliament and that’s what we’re going to do.

    We are here because on the 1st of October Catalonia held a referendum of self-determination. It was done in conditions, which were, rather than difficult, extreme. It’s the first time in the history of European democracies that an election day was held in the midst of violent police attacks against voters who were cueing to post their vote. From 8 in the morning until the close of polling stations, the Police and Guardia Civil beat defenceless people and obliged the emergency services to attend to more than 800 people. We all saw it, as did the world, which was horrified as the images came through.

    The objective was not only to confiscate ballot boxes and voting papers. The objective was to cause panic and make people, as they saw the images of indiscriminate police violence, stay at home and renounce their right to vote. But those politically responsible for these ignominious acts shot themselves in the foot. 2, 286, 217 citizens overcame their fear, left their homes and voted. We don’t know how many were unsuccessful in doing so, but we do know that the polling stations which were closed down violently represented the votes of 770,000 more people.

    More than two million two hundred thousand Catalans were able to vote because they overcame their fear, and because when they arrived at their polling station they found ballot boxes, envelopes, voting slips, constituted voting tables and an operative and reliable electoral list. The operations and police searches of the previous weeks in seeking ballot boxes and voting slips did not prevent the referendum. Phone taps, following people, cyber-attacks, the closure of 140 websites, interference in correspondence, none of these things could stop the referendum. I repeat: in spite of the efforts and resources dedicated to prevent it happening, when the citizens arrived at the polling stations, they found ballot boxes, envelopes, voting slips, constituted voting tables and an operative and reliable electoral list.

    I wish, therefore, to recognise and appreciate all of the people who made possible this logistical and political success. To the volunteers who slept in the polling stations. To the citizens who kept the ballot boxes in their homes. To those who printed the voting slips. To the computer technicians who came up with and developed the universal electoral list. To the workers in the Government. To those who voted yes or no, and those who voted blank. To so many anonymous people who did their part to make it all possible. And above all, I send my best wishes and solidarity to all those injured and mistreated in the police operation. Those images will remain in our memories forever. We will never forget.

    We must recognise and denounce that the actions of the state have caused tension and worry in Catalan society. As President of Catalonia, I’m very conscious that at this time there are many people who are worried, anxious and even scared about what is happening and what may come to pass. People of all ideas and political leanings. Gratuitous violence and the decision of some companies to transfer their headquarters, in a decision, allow me to say, more related to their markets than to real effects in our economy (what does have real effect on our economy is the 16 billion Catalan euros which are obliged to leave each year), are facts which without doubt have clouded the picture. To all those people who are afraid, I wish to send them a message of comprehension and empathy, and also of serenity and tranquillity: the Government of Catalonia will not deviate one millimetre from its commitment to social and economic progress, democracy, dialogue, tolerance, respect for difference and a willingness to negotiate. As President I will always act with responsibility and keeping in mind the seven and a half million citizens of the country.

    I would like to explain where we are, and especially why we are where we are. Today as the world is watching us, and indeed, today as the world is listening to us, I think it’s worth going back and explaining ourselves.

    Since the death of the military dictator Francisco Franco, Catalonia has contributed at least as much as anyone else to the consolidation of Spanish democracy. Catalonia has been not only the economic engine of Spain, but also a modernising and stabling influence. Catalonia believed that the Spanish Constitution of 1978 could be a good starting point to guarantee its self-government and its material progress. Catalonia was deeply involved in the process of returning the Spanish state to European and international institutions after 40 years of isolation.

    The passing of the years, however, began to show that the new institutional structure which came out of the Transition, which Catalonia saw as a good starting point towards evolving to new heights of democracy and self-governance, was seen by the hegemonic elite of the state not as a point of departure, but in fact as a point of arrival. With the passing of the years, the system not only stopped evolving in the desired direction for the people of Catalonia, but began to devolve.

    Consistent with this finding, in the year 2005, a large majority, 88% of this Parliament, I repeat an 88% majority in this Parliament, following the steps marked out by the Constitution, I repeat, following the steps marked out by the Constitution, approved a proposal for a new Statute of Autonomy, and sent it to the Spanish Congress of Deputies. The Catalan proposal unleashed an authentic campaign of Catalanophobia, tied to an irresponsible manner by those who wanted to govern Spain at any price.

    The text which was finally submitted for referendum in 2006 was already very different from the initial proposal from the Catalan Parliament, but despite that was approved by the citizens who voted on it. Turnout was 47%, and the votes in favour of the Statute were 1,899,897. I’d like to point out that that’s 145,000 votes fewer than the yes vote for independence on the 1st of October.

    The state, however, hadn’t had enough with the first reduction. In 2010, four years after the entry in law of the watered down Statute, a Constitutional Court made up of magistrates hand-picked by the two main Spanish political parties, emitted an disgraceful sentence which watered down the Statute for a second time, modifying the content which had been voted on by the people in a referendum.

    It’s worth remembering this, and underlining it. Despite having followed all the procedures of the constitution, despite being backed by 88% of the Parliament of Catalonia, and despite popular approval in a referendum, the combined action by the Congress of Deputies and the Constitutional Court converted the Catalan proposal into an unrecognisable text. And it’s worth remembering and underlining also: this unrecognisable text, doubly edited and not voted upon by Catalans, this is the current law in force. This has been the result of Catalonia trying to modify its Juridical Statute by constitutional means: a humiliation.

    But that’s not everything. Since the sentence of the Constitutional Court against the Statute voted upon by the people, the Spanish political system not only has not moved a finger to try to go back and repair this break, but rather it has activated an aggressive and systematic program of recentralisation. From the point of view of self-government, the last seven years have been the worst of the last forty: continual degradation of competencies through a series of decrees, laws and sentences; inattention and lack of investment in the basic system of infrastructure in Catalonia, a key part of a country’s economic progress; and hurtful disrespect towards our language, culture and the way of life in our country.

    Everything that I explain in these short lines has had a profound impact in Catalan society. It’s got to the point that during this period many Catalans, millions of Catalans, have come to the rational conclusion that the only way to guarantee survival, not only of self-government, but of our values as a society, is the foundation of Catalonia as a state. The results of the last elections to the Parliament of Catalonia are a testament to this.

    Furthermore, something even more relevant has happened: in parallel with the formation of a pro-independence absolute majority in the Parliament, a broad consensus has been forged that the future of Catalonia, whatever it may be, had to be decided by the Catalan people, democratically and pacifically, through a referendum. In the most recent poll by an important newspaper in Madrid, not from here, from Madrid, 82% of Catalans expressed this idea.

    With the objective of making possible this referendum, in the last few years the Catalan institutions and civil societies have generated many initiatives before the Spanish government and its institutions. It’s all documented: up to 18 times, and in all possible formats, opening a dialogue has been proposed to agree a referendum similar to the one held in Scotland on 18 September 2014. A referendum with the date and a question agreed between the two sides, in which both sides could campaign and present their arguments, and in which both sides commit to accepting and applying the result through a negotiation which protects their respective interests. If that has been possible in one of the oldest, most consolidated and exemplary democracies in the world, as the United Kingdom is, why could it not also be done in Spain?

    The answer to all of those initiatives has been a radical and absolute no, combined with police and judicial persecution of Catalan authorities. Ex-President Artur Mas and ex-ministers Joana Ortega and Irene Rigau, as with the ex-minister of Presidency Francesc Homs, have been banned from holding office for having promoted a non-binding participative process without juridical effect on the 9 of November 2014. And not only banned from public office, but also fined in an arbitrary and abusive way: if they do not deposit more than 5 million euros to the Spanish Court of Accounts, all of their assets will be embargoed and their families may be affected.

    Apart from them, the bureau of this Parliament and dozens of municipal elected officials have been charged for expressing support for the right to decide and permit debates on the referendum. Charges have been brought against the President of the Parliament and its bureau to prevent them permitting the debate to take place. The last wave of repression against Catalan institutions has resulted in the detainment and arrest of 16 officials and public servants in the Government of Catalonia, who had to appear in court handcuffed and without being informed of the accusation against them. The world needs to know too that the leaders of the entities which have led the biggest peaceful demonstrations in Europe’s history are charged with the crime of sedition, which carries a sentence of up to 15 years in prison. These are people responsible for having organised demonstrations which amazed the world for their civility and lack of incident.

    This has been the answer of the Spanish State to Catalan demands, which have always been expressed in a peaceful way and through the majorities obtained at the polls. The people of Catalonia have demanded the freedom to be able to decide for years. It’s very simple. We have not found anyone to dialogue with in the past nor are we finding one in the present. There is no State institution that is open to talking about the claim of the majority of this Parliament and of Catalan society. The last hope we could have left was for the monarchy to exercise the arbitration and moderating role that the constitution attaches to it, but the last week's speech confirmed our worst assumptions.

    I now turn to the citizens of the whole of the Spanish state who are following with concern what is happening in Catalonia. I want to convey a message of serenity and respect, a willingness to dialogue and of political accord, as has always been our desire and our priority. I am aware of the information that is conveyed to them by most media and the narrative that has been established. But I dare to ask them to make an effort, for the good of all; an effort to know and recognise what has led us here and the reasons that have driven us. We are not delinquents, nor are we crazy, nor are we attempting a coup, nor just some bad people: we are normal people who ask to be able to vote and who have been willing to undertake all necessary dialogue to carry it out in an agreed manner. We have nothing against Spain and the Spanish. Quite the opposite. We want to understand each other better, and that is the desire of the majority in Catalonia. Because today, for many years now, the relationship isn’t working and nothing has been done to reverse a situation that has become unsustainable. And a people can not be compelled, against its will, to accept a status quo that it did not vote for and does not want. The Constitution is a democratic framework, but it is equally true that there is democracy beyond the Constitution.

    Ladies and gentlemen, with the results of the referendum on October 1st, Catalonia has earned the right to be an independent state, and has earned the right to be heard and respected.

    I must recognise that today Catalonia is being listened to and respected beyond our frontiers.
    The yes to independence won an absolute majority in the elections, and two years later it has won a referendum under the attacks of batons. The ballot boxes, the only language we understand, say yes to independence. And this is the route I am committed to traveling.

    As is known, the Referendum Law establishes that, two days after the official proclamation of the results, and in the case where the number of Yes votes is superior to the number of No votes, the Parliament (and I cite the wording of the law) “will hold an ordinary session to put into effect a formal declaration of the independence of Catalonia, its effects and agree the beginning of the constituent process”.

    There’s a before and after the 1st of October, and we have achieved what we committed ourselves to at the beginning of this legislature.

    Arriving at this historic moment, and as President of the Generalitat I take it upon myself to say, in presenting to you the results of the referendum before Parliament and our co-citizens, that the people have determined that Catalonia should become an independent state in the form of a republic.

    That is what needs to be done today, responsibly and with respect.

    In with the same solemnity, the Government and I myself propose that the Parliament suspends the effects of the declaration of independence so that in the coming weeks we may begin a dialogue without which it is impossible to arrive at an agreed solution. We firmly believe that this moment needs not only a de-escalation of tension but also a clear and committed willingness to advance the claims of the people of Catalonia from the results of the 1st of October. We must keep these results in mind during the period of dialogue which we are willing to open.

    It is well-known that since the referendum different mediation initiatives have been put in place, regarding dialogue and negotiation and at national, state and international level. Some of these are publicly known, while others are not known yet. All are serious attempts, and were difficult to imagine happening just a short time ago. The cries for dialogue and for no violence have been heard from all corners of the globe; yesterday’s declaration by a group of eight Nobel Peace Prize winners; the declaration the group The Elders led by the ex-secretary general of the United Nations Kofi Annan and made up of people of great world relevance; the positions of Presidents and Prime Ministers of European countries, European political leaders…

    There’s a prayer for dialogue which runs through Europe, because Europe already feels interrupted by the effects of what could happen with a bad resolution of this conflict. All of these voices deserve to be listened to. And all, without exception, have asked that we open a time to give dialogue with the Spanish state a chance.

    That is also what needs to be done today, responsibly and with respect.

    In finishing, I call on the responsibility of everyone. To the citizens of Catalonia, I ask that we continue to express ourselves as we have done up to now, with freedom and with respect fro those who think differently. To companies and economic stakeholders, I ask that they continue to generate wealth and not fall into the temptation to use their power to influence the population. To the political parties, I ask that they contribute with their words and actions to lower the tension. I also ask this of the media. To the Spanish government, I ask that they listen, not to us if they don’t want, but to those who advocate for mediation and to the international community, and to the millions of citizens around Spain who ask that they renounce repression and imposition. To the European Union, I ask that they get deeply involved and hold up the fundamental values of the Union.

    Today the Government of Catalonia makes a gesture of responsibility and generosity, and again reaches out its hand in dialogue. I’m convinced that, if in the coming days everyone acts with the same responsibility and fulfils their obligations, the conflict between Catalonia and the Spanish state can be resolved in a manner that is serene and with accord, respecting the will of the people. For us, this will not stop here. Because we want to be true to our long history, to all who suffered and made sacrifices, and because we want a future of dignity for our children, for all those people who want to make Catalonia their land of welcome and hope.


    Thank you very much.

    • JoanVecord4.876 7 444👍 1.274
      El moment clau de la no-declaració d'independència i de la seva suspensió:

      Arriving at this historic moment, and as President of the Generalitat I take it upon myself to say, in presenting to you the results of the referendum before Parliament and our co-citizens, that the people have determined that Catalonia should become an independent state in the form of a republic.

      That is what needs to be done today, responsibly and with respect.

      In with the same solemnity, the Government and I myself propose that the Parliament suspends the effects of the declaration of independence so that in the coming weeks we may begin a dialogue without which it is impossible to arrive at an agreed solution. We firmly believe that this moment needs not only a de-escalation of tension but also a clear and committed willingness to advance the claims of the people of Catalonia from the results of the 1st of October. We must keep these results in mind during the period of dialogue which we are willing to open.

    • pukyxdUsuari sumador13.368 12 151👍 566
      Quina feinada...
    • Rolf Steiner10.667 9 189👍 2.918
      Aquesta feina de traducció és impagable.

      Saps si es pot trobar en un arxiu pdf  i que es pugui enllaçar directament ?

      Seria molt eficient, tenir-ho.

      P.S.: Igualment ho començo a pujar per a tot arreu on surti el speech de C. Puigdemont a Youtube.
  • BlackOps3👍 17
    Els qui em fan més pena són els de la CUP, és com l'escena de Braveheart on en Mel Gibson veu la victòria a tocar, aixeca la bandera per donar l'estocada final, i els nobles escocesos fugen com a rates i el deixen a l'estacada...

    Per altra banda visc a l'estranger, a un país i continent on rarament surten notícies extrangeres (Trump a banda) i avui era notícia de portada, i m'han preguntat més sobre Catalunya aquesta última setmana que durant els 4 anys que porto aquí. Per tant, internacionalment el tema és ben viu i tothom n'està pendent, no us creieu les mentides de la premsa espanyola.
    • grava1.339👍 2.039
      Dono suport al que dius, excepte en què no cal retreure res a la CUP ja que entenc que està fent el paper que ha de fer, i és sa que el faci. Un altra cosa és que alguns exaltats ja ho vulguin tirar tot al riu.
      • BlackOps3👍 17
        Crec que no m'he expressat bé, volia dir que la sensació que em donen els de la CUP és que els de JxSí els van deixar tirats, que ells esperaven una declaració solemne i un dia històric i quan ja tenien el caramel a tocar dels llavis els van avisar 1 hora abans i els van traïr. Jo almenys me n'hauria sentit. La resposta contundent -però amb mà dreta per no carregar-s'ho tot- que va fer la Gabriel va ser de grandíssima política.
  • Xulomander4.599 2 472👍 4.835
    Em sembla increïble el nivell d'autoengany de l'independentisme a les xarxes socials ara mateix.

    Ens l'han col.lat amics, ni escacs en 3D ni res. Resem amb que en Rajoy sigui idiota i anul.li l'autonomia. Cal cremar les naus.
    • Jaume_I12.540 9 163👍 3.603
      Això és fals i no estem en una pel·lícula sinó a la vida real on les decisions tenen conseqüències. Ja hem perdut prou cops i comença a ser hora de fer servir el cap. No cal que tornin a bombardejar Barcelona.
      De moment s'ha declarat la independència. I s'ha deixat sense efecte que és el mateix que si tingués efecte, ja que no podíem actualment dominar cap element clau del país.

      • Xulomander4.599 2 472👍 4.835
        Si de debò et penses que algú bombardejarà Barcelona qui viu a les pel.lícules ets tu. No s'ha declarat la independència, s'ha signat un paperet que els propis signants reconeixen que no té cap valor jurídic, i ara estem esperant un temps indefinit a veure si l'Estat vol "negociar" (el què i amb qui ningú ho ha dit).
        • Jaume_I12.540 9 163👍 3.603
          Les metàfores no és lo teu. Bombardejar Barcelona en aquest cas és una metàfora de detenir indiscriminandament als polítics i membres de la societat civil, treure'ns els drets, reprimir-nos, etc

          PD: Que sàpigues que des d'ahir al port de Barcelona hi ha una Fragata (els vaixells més potents que te espanya de guerra) i dos vaixells militars de menys tamany.
      • Patriarca1.725 1 911👍 1.312
        NO S'HA DECLARAT RES. No té cap efecte jurídic aquesta firma fora del Ple...
    • dikkens3.603 7 564👍 480
      Idiota en Rajoy no ho és. Si aplica el 155 ho farà perquè creu que és el millor que pot fer. 
  • Farao4.411 3 488👍 136
    Ridícul lamentable. Error històric. No puc entendre que ho tirés tot per la borda quan estàvem tan a prop i havíem arribat tan lluny.

    Els que ho celebreu feu-vos-ho mirar. Han guanyat Fainé, Godó, Santi Vila, Marta Pascal, Coscubiela. Mai no tindrem tanta forca per fer una DUI com en el ple posterior a l'1-O.
  • futur_system6.754 7 316👍 393
    La independència l'aconseguim en morts al carrer, que jo no és la época crec, o en un referéndum pactat. No hi ha més, per més que ahir no s'haguessen cagat damunt no seriem independents avui. Però per a aconseguir un referendúm o la independència cal anar a totes i lo d'ahir va ser molt patètic

    Lo puto Mas demana diners a la gent que si hagués estat en la seua posició hauria anat molt més lluny de lo que va anar ell, no te vergonya. Lo puto Puigdemont va i fa el tòtil en un discurs de merda, no te vergonya. Ara només mos queda lo pp, perquè los putos convergents són capaços de canviar-mos a la CUP pels comuns.

    Avui no seriem independents si Puigdemont tingués més dignitat, però popdriem estar més orgullosos de tot lo que hem fet fins ara.
    • FreeCATll·ll1.825 2 881👍 700
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      • futur_system6.754 7 316👍 393
        Un referendúm que dificílment mos porta a la independència, un de pactat si el guanyem és automàtica.
        • goulah18.021 13 85👍 4.320
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        • Hades23.606 8 49👍 13.118
          Mai es guanyarà un referèndum pactat en l'actual situació de colonització. En una Espanya sense franquisme sociològic els independentistes seríeu el 10%.
  • Jaume_I12.540 9 163👍 3.603
    Donaré la meva opinió que difereix molt dels hiperventilats. Ahir s'havia de declarar la independència perquè així s'havi dit després de publicar oficialment el referèndum i es va fer. Es va realitzar la DUI. Després es va deixar en suspens, suposo que fins aquí tots d'acord. 6 segons independents.

    Durant la tarda, moltes negociacions a nivell internacional perquè no s'apliqués, moltes presions de la societat perquè si que s'apliqués i finalment es va fer un raonament pràctic, guanyem temps i raons encara que en tinguem moltes.

    Quans cops ens hem barallat amb els espanyols? i sempre el mateix resultat.

    Albert Einstein deia: Si vols obtenir resultats diferents, no facis sempre les mateixes coses (no literal). Crec que Puigdemon ha volgut per una vegada no enviar el poble a l'aventura i jugar amb inteligència. Està externacionalitzant el conflicte, situant-lo en el mapa i les agendes. Es emprenyador esperar però cal ser perseverant. Que per barallar-se ja en tindrem de temps, de moment que siguin ells els que continuin amb la seva actitud repressiva i no dialogant.

    Pot ser que s'equivoqués però jo de moment li donaré suport i crec que faria bé la majoria de fer-ho.
    • illot1.213 2👍 1.071
      Bé, no trigarà en Puigdemont a aclarir-nos sí efectivament va fer la DI o no. A punta de navalla Constitución-155.
    • quatreanys31.487 5 25👍 6.743
      No es va declarar, collons!
    • Aranel185 2👍 203
      La formigueta guanya la cigala.
      • goulah18.021 13 85👍 4.320
        Llàstima que en aquesta història només volem jugar el paper de mosca collonera i els altres de matacuques.
        • Aranel185 2👍 203
          No siguis impacient, això es un joc d'escacs. Ahir ens van fotre un bon clatellot a tots, però vista l'actitud que va tenir en Puigdmeont i vistes les reaccions tant de l'estat espanyol (totalment previsible), com de la UE com a còmplice, ens han donat més raons de pes i credibilitat per a fer efectiva i justificar la independència.
          • goulah18.021 13 85👍 4.320
            Davant de qui? Abans era davant de la UE, ara ja no... Davant de qui ho hem de justificar? No cal que responguis, ja t'ho dic jo: de nosaltres. Nosaltres som els únics davant que això s'ha de justificar i ja ho considerem justificatx6. Prou merda dialèctica. Prou merda de pensament màgic. Prou.
            • Aranel185 2👍 203
              Sí, ens ho hem de justificar a nosaltres, però també als demés països. Si volem ser independents et recordo que necessitem que com a mínim un de pes ens reconegui. 1000 periodistes acreditats van vindre ahir al Parlament. D'aquests uns 700 eren de fora. Es que hi ha millor publicitat que aquesta per nosaltres?

              Què a mi m'hagués encantat que es declarés la DUI ahir i que el Govern hagués tingut un súper pla per fer-la efectiva sorprenent-nos a tots? Sí. Però a part de amb el cor, s'ha de pensar amb el cap.
              • goulah18.021 13 85👍 4.320
                SI no fas DUI no hi ha res a reconèixer.

                Ara tornam a explicar la historieta aquesta però dins la realitat.
                • Aranel185 2👍 203
                  Cert, sense DUI no es reconeix res. Però si la gent no sap de que va la cosa i no ha tingut un seguiment previ del que ha passat, potser si t'independitzes trigaràn força més en fer-te cas.

                  Es important que la comunitat internacional vegi quin peu calcem nosaltres i quin peu calça l'Estat espanyol. Nosaltres sabem de sobres que ells mai no negociaràn ni acceptaràn mediació, amb aquest gest que es va fer ahir, ara també ho sap el món.
                  • goulah18.021 13 85👍 4.320
                    Això els importa ben poc. Que tots tenen més o menys amistats amb dictadors molt pitjors, home. L'única cosa que els interessa és la resposta a la pregunta: qui controla el territori i les seves finances? I parlen amb el resultat de la resposta.
                    • Aranel185 2👍 203
                      Això es cert, s'ha de controlar el territori i les finances, i aquí es on hem de confiar en el Govern.
                      Però si fem la indy i ja ens començen a reconèixer immediatament uns quants països, això, vulguis o no, pressionarà a altres països com Alemanya, França i Itàlia a reconeixens també, i també pressionaria al govern espanyol a treure les forces d'ocupació i la repressió del nostre país.

                      Fes-li una ullada a això:
                      Els 12 països que donen suport a Catalunya, segons Russia Today

                      Si es cert el que diu aquest article, anem per bon camí. Per començar 2 dels 4 països de l'EFTA ja ens haurien recolzat obertament. 
                    • goulah18.021 13 85👍 4.320
                      [edito] Pel que llegeixo a la notícia està molt agafat pels pèls.
    • marcje2.792 4 674👍 786
      No hi va haver cap DUI. Puigdemont, saps el que fas?.
  • illot1.213 2👍 1.071
    Diu en Màrius Carol a RAC1 que el Gobierno sortirà a presentar les mesures del 155 i les deixarà també en suspensió fins que en Puigdemont aclareixi si va fer una DI o no la va fer.

    És a dir, entrarem en puntmort - dic jo.

    PD: Confirmat que en Cuixart i en Sánchez seran jutjats a l'Audiència Nacional per sedició.
  • ansar13.605 11 145👍 4.792



    pero us pensaveu que Mas i la resta de botiflers de PDeCAT anaven a quedar-se quets sense fer res mentre Puigdemont declarava la independencia?  
  • Soriguer3.883 11 535👍 308
    Vam fer dues eleccions, dues consultes, i ara farem dues declaracions. Som així. És la nostra cultura.
  • ansar13.605 11 145👍 4.792
    canvia el titol a: [Fil oficial] Declaració de lliri-dependència  
  • Solaris239 2👍 91
    A veure, tampoc ens esfondrem abans d'hora. Es cert que per molta gent, va ser decebedor, però en el meu ambient a la feina, els independentistes han acabat veient amb bons ulls estendre la ma un últim cop, encara que sigui perquè Europa vegi com ens envien a la merda.
    I lo de les últimes hores sobre la reforma de la constitució, veig molt difícil que puguin oferir alguna cosa que atregui els catalans. També es cert, que rebutjar des de el principi un diàleg sobre aquesta reforma, entra en contradicció amb fer veure que volem dialogar.
    I al final de tot, si es presenta sobre la taula una reforma de la constitució que agradi als catalans i surti el Sí al referendum a Catalunya, llavors es que en realitat no ens mereixem la independència ni tenim la majoria. Es trist, però es així.
  • KasatKa7.582 11 283👍 1.005

    Jo tenia ganes de plorar aquest migdia/tarda, però he tingut confiança i al final no m'han fallat. No ens han fallat. Mai ens fallen.

    Parlo del govern espanyol i resta de partits del règim. El que va ser una cagada (bé, era un moviment molt intel·ligent però amb una debilitat molt grossa (massa grossa)) ho han convertit en una relliscada de la que ens en podem sortir si realment lo d'ahir es va fer en pla estratègic i no perquè PDEcat s'hagi fet enrere.

    Tot depèn de que en Puigdemont digui que SÍ va declarar la independència.

  • crb1.254 10👍 170
    Ahir demanava prudència en un altre fil. Encara crec que hem de ser tan prudents com sigui possible, però quedar-nos en aquests llimbs amb una declaració suspesa és llançar tot el país als peus dels cavalls.

    Amb la declaració suspesa la llei espanyola continua vigent, per tant la repressió judicial i policial continua.

    A més, el que s'està produint a Catalunya és una revolució. No hi ha cap revolució on el líder digui: "au, ara torneu tots cap a casa unes setmanetes o uns mesos que ja us avisarem un altre cop si us necessitem!". Així perdrem la inèrcia creixent que havíem agafat resistint la repressió fins ara.

    Amb tot això, com que el Govern espanyol i tots els partits del règim expliquen cada dia que no tenen cap intenció de negociar res, demano als partits catalans que aixequin la suspensió de la independència. Vejam si els espanyols poden dominar Catalunya en contra de la voluntat dels catalans. És clar que no podran, per poc que el nostre govern ens doni instruccions per a oposar-nos a les forces d'ocupació.
  • ocelldefoc3.490 4 580👍 966
    De què serveix declarar la independència si després no té cap valor efectiu?
    De què servia declarar la independència ahir si tot seguit detenien el president i ningú ens reconeixia?

    Hi han moltes coses que es couen entre les cortines de les cancelleries que no sabem.

    Però cal saber que:

    a) Malgrat el valor de la gent que va defendre els col·legis el primer d´octubre i de la gent que va votar, el referèndum va ser escapçat i internacionalment no es reconeix.
    b) Les plebiscitàries, per culpa del sr. Mas, tampoc serveixen perquè els vots clarament independentistes no van arribar per poc al 50%.

    Suposo que a Puigdemont li han obligat a fer aquest pas, i ell l´ha fet. Ara són els altres els que han de moure fitxa. Sabran PP i PSOE seduir el poble català?
    • goulah18.021 13 85👍 4.320
      Ahir hi havia tractors i milers de persones al Passeig Lluís Companys per defensar el que calgués. I uns quants milers més preparats per afegir-se.

      Feu el paper de trols. Negant la feina de l'1 d'octubre i el fet que fos vinculant. Si el volien més polit que haguessin treballat per fer-lo més polit. El que hi ha és el que és, a qui no li agradi que es posi fulles: aquí no s'ha de tornar a fer cap votació per comptar-nos.

      I et diré que es cou a les cancelleries: el brou de la sopa que es prendran aquesta nit per sopar. I prou.

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