Abducting samples of the AngloCatalan matrix
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“Spain can’t avoid, or shouldn’t avoid, that Catalans have their collective momentum, to call it some way, and say what they want. In Canada we had referendums and they didn’t destroy the country. A referendum in Catalonia would not destroy Spain. To oppose to it is a mistake from Spanish politicians. I don’t personally like referendums too much, but I don’t see what other option there is if citizens don’t like the constitutional order. It’s a democracy, they must be able to express themselves.” By Michael Ignatieff (Canadian author, academic and former politician) 11.06.14 By International voices | Catalonia Votes