Catalonia’s new president Pere Aragonés will ask Madrid for a referendum on independence

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Aragonés, 38, promised the pro-independence movement on Thursday that he would demand the region be allowed to hold an independence referendum, which the Spanish government is fiercely opposed to.

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He told the regional parliament that he will work to “lead the social and economic reconstruction for the country” and continue “the struggle for amnesty and self-determination.”

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“On one hand, overcoming COVID and getting the country out of the crisis and on the other advancing towards a Catalan Republic,” he said.


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