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freedoms” calling on people to take to the streets in Catalonia a major engine for Spanish growth At least 92 people were confirmed injured out of a total of 844 who needed medical attention Catalan authorities said as police cracked down on a vote Spain’s central government branded a “farce” The interior ministry said 33 police required treatment as a result of the clashes The violence raised alarm abroad and further heightened tensions between Rajoy’s government and the authorities in Catalonia in the worst political crisis in Spain in decades Rajoy called the vote a process that “only served to sow division push citizens to confrontation and the streets to revolt” but left the door potentially open to negotiations on greater autonomy for the region People react as they listen to Catalan president Carles Puigdemont during a gathering at Plaza Catalunya after voting ended for the banned independence referendum in Barcelona (Source: Reuters) The referendum was organised under the threat of reprisals and criminal charges but thousands of Catalans stood in defiance of the central government crying “Votarem” — “We will vote” Puigdemont who governs Catalonia said in an address after polls closed: “With this day of hope and suffering the citizens of Catalonia have won the right to an independent state in the form of a republic” He added that “millions” had turned out to vote and urged the European Union to stop looking “the other way” following the police crackdown In a press briefing regional government spokesman Jordi Turull said 202 million Catalans voted for independence with 226 million people taking part From early in the day helmeted police armed with batons moved in en masse to seal off polling stations and seize ballot boxes sparking clashes Videos posted on social media showed police dragging voters from polling stations by their hair throwing people down stairs and attacking Catalan firefighters who were protecting polling stations “They took the ballot boxes by force… and they literally yanked them from us as we continued to sing ‘Els Segadors’ the Catalan hymn and shouting ‘long live democracy’” said Marc Carrasco in charge at one Barcelona More than 53 million people had been called on to have their say on independence from Spain in the wealthy northeastern region which has its own distinct language and culture The referendum law foresees a declaration of independence soon after a “Yes” vote but it remains unclear if the regional government will actually do so A man injured during clashes with Spanish police receives help in getting to his feet outside a polling station for the banned independence referendum in Tarragona Spain (Source: Reuters) Even before the vote judicial officials ordered police to seize ballot papers detain key organisers and shut down websites promoting the referendum after Madrid and the courts deemed it unconstitutional Thousands of people had gathered outside polling stations before dawn joining those who had spent the night camped inside to ensure they would be open on the day In central Barcelona riot police charged at demonstrators who were sitting on the ground at a polling station and fired rubber bullets witnesses said The crackdown drew a sharp rebuke from Catalan leaders and others including Nicola Sturgeon leader of the pro-independence Scottish National Party Earlier Puigdemont said the police had used “batons rubber bullets and indiscriminate force” against people demonstrating “peacefully” Riot police also stormed a polling station near Girona smashing the glass doors of the sports centre where Puigdemont was due to vote and cutting a chain to force their way in But the regional government said Puigdemont had managed to vote anyway in nearby Cornella del Terri The trouble caused Barcelona football club to play its La Liga tie against Las Palmas behind closed doors after the Spanish league refused to postpone the match But in several areas voting was reported to be peaceful Under a sea of umbrellas outside a school in Barcelona a crowd gathered among them elderly people in wheelchairs families with buggies and parents clutching toddlers by the hand Although Catalans are divided over independence most want to vote on the matter in a legal and binding plebiscite Pro-separatist lawmakers have pushed for a referendum since September 2015 when they won a narrow majority in Catalonia’s parliament Although Catalonia already has significant control over education healthcare and welfare the region says it pays more in taxes than it receives from Madrid This has sparked resentment which has been further exacerbated by Spain’s economic woes and helped push the secessionist cause Rajoy’s government has come under fire for limiting its response to the crisis and several leftwing politicians called yesterday for him to resign For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News Spain.

Texas just weeks into the job in 1993.S. a clerk working in his office ? We have also submitted a memorandum that Mahavir Singh should be sent back, said D P Chhachhialegal advisor of the union Managing Director Anil Malik had met the both sides and condemned the incident Singhhoweverdenied all charges and alleged that the incident was a cover to hide someones mistakes For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News “It is a duty which falls in their purview of the departments and there is no need of such incentive and how will it be assessed,the incentive may never really reach them. ? he added. He killed terrorists.

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