Over 45,000 Spanish Protest Against Catalonia Talks in Madrid

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Over estimated 45,000 people gathered in Madrid on Sunday to protest Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez’s plan to ease tensions with Catalan separatists, in a demonstration uniting the leaders of conservative and far-right parties.

Meanwhile, Protesters accused Sánchez of “stabbing [Spain] in the back” and called for a snap election because of his government’s decision to accept a long-held demand of Catalan secessionists to appoint a facilitator in talks between pro-independence and pro-unity political parties.

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The ruling regional pro-independence parties in Barcelona have rejected the Socialists’ proposed framework for talks and are calling for a new independence vote, which the government opposes.

Over 45,000 Spanish Protest Against Catalonia Talks in Madrid

Following the gathering of Over 45,000 Spanish Protester Against Catalonia Talks in Madrid below is what PP leader Pablo Casado have to say about itOver 45,000 Spanish Protest Against Catalonia Talks in Madrid

“The time of Pedro Sánchez has ended,” said PP leader Pablo Casado. “There is no more room for surrendering by the Socialists, or further extortion from the separatists. Today, the reconquest begins.”

Sánchez said at a separate rally on Sunday that “the government is working for the unity of Spain, and this means uniting Spaniards and not pitting people against one another like the right is doing.” He added: “Democracy is not heads or tails, there are many alternatives. Ours is coexistence, law and dialogue in Catalonia.”

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