Catalonia


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  • noun

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a region of northeastern Spain

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The first, Daughter of Catalonia, is set over the border in France and it became a bestseller in 2014.
Catalonia held an unofficial referendum last year on whether the region should become independent from Spain.
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David Cameron "warns" an independent Catalonia may end up outside the EU.
Today, Catalonia - a wealthy region of just over seven million in north-eastern Spain - goes to the polls to elect a new devolved parliament and government.
The gap between foreign investment in Madrid and Catalonia has widened since 2013, with analysts pointing to the growing independence movement, including 2014's non-binging independence vote, as possible turn offs for potential investors in Catalonia.
As a result, the debate in Catalonia focused essentially on Catalans' right to decide their future and not on independence per se.
Separatists in northeastern Catalonia, which has 7.
They displayed a sign indicating: "Let Catalonia speak
Football powerhouse FC Barcelona are at risk of being expelled from the La Liga, as clamour to have an independent Catalonia grows.
The independence movement in Catalonia has gathered strength in recent years.
What happened in Scotland and the United Kingdom is not a setback for us because what we really want in Catalonia is to have the chance to vote, the same possibility," said Catalonia's President Artur Mas, as cited by the Associated Press.
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Perhaps as a result, support for independence in Catalonia appears to be far broader, with about half of the region's residents saying they support secession.