Catalonia Referendum: Vote would be unconstitutional says Spainish government – BBC News

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The Spanish Government has defended its decision to send thousands of extra police officers to Catalonia to try to stop an independence referendum taking place. The region’s devolved government wants schools to open as polling stations on Sunday. But in a BBC interview, the Education Minister Inigo Mendez insisted any vote would be illegal and cannot take place. Our correspondent Tom Burridge reports from Madrid and Barcelona.

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    When will Canada,Australia and Scotland vote to be republics?The UK has chosen toxic,poisonous path of secret brain and psychology experiments that are nothing more than torture.They want to dress it up as a joke because they don't get the results they always want.A human made into a play thing.A torture technique practiced on a man and the Goverment and royals know of it.They ignore side effects of pain in the head because unlike a broken leg,you can't see the damage they've done.
    Will Canadian,Australians children and grandchildren be secretly experimented on if not free and independent.They used to say the British empire were the sun never sets.
    The oppressed the Irish that's because" you can't trust the British in the dark".They MINDRAPE people for over 10 years with no reason just to punish or see how he reacts or how it works.Like the US syhipilis 50's experiment on black Americans ,the sick man of Europe does similar unethical experiments.

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