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EPP SG Isturiz to EF on Catalonia row: Let's Hope that they don't stick on Secession at Saturday...

Written by ACM
Thursday, 19 October 2017

 

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@Brussels/EPP Summit/Angelo Marcopolo/- Until Saturday, (21 October 2017), Important Decisions are due to be taken, particularly in Barcelona, on Spain's Catalonia Region's Future, warned "Eurofora" the experienced Secretary General of the ChristianDemocrat/EPP party, and Top MEP, Antonio López-Istúriz.


- Therefore, let's Hope that they decide to make a Good Choice, for the Future of all involved, López-Istúriz added in substance.


The National Government of Spain, has, reportedly decided to accept Negotiations with the Catalan Region's Authorities, if they Drop their threat to make Secession.


Interestingly, Lopez-Isturez said that at the Conclusion of the EPP Summit, here in Brussels, where many Heads of States/Governments reportedly discussed also this issue.


EU Parliament, earlier this Month in Strasbourg, followed by CoE's PanEropean Parliamentary Assembly, last week there, and now also CoE's Congress of Local and Regional Authorities, (See: ...), Debated in Public on that matter, but withOut any Resolution, (while CLRAE's President made Yesterday also relevant Statements, including to"Eurofora": See ...).



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