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Catalan crisis – London rejects, Northern Ireland’s anti-British movement welcomes Catalan independence declaration        Big World United Kingdom 

Catalan crisis – London rejects, Northern Ireland’s anti-British movement welcomes Catalan independence declaration    

The British government has rejected the largest party in the Catholic movement in Northern Ireland, however, welcoming the decision by the Catalan Provincial Parliament on Friday to establish a stand-alone “Catalan Republic”.

According to the London Evening News of the London PM, the United Kingdom will not recognize or recognize the unilateral declaration of Catalan independence in the future.
According to a spokesman for Downing Street, the ruling on Catalan independence is based on a referendum that the Spanish courts have identified as unlawful.
The British government wants the continuation of the rule of law in Spain, respect for the Spanish constitution and the preservation of Spain’s unity – said in a resolution by Theresa May’s British Prime Minister on Friday.
Gerry Adams, chairman of Sinn Féin, the largest Catholic party in Northern Ireland, for the elimination of British rule in Northern Ireland and for the unification of the Irish island, declared his declaration of independence as a historic step towards Catalan statehood in the “Declaration of Independence” by the “Democratically elected Catalan Parliament”.
According to Adams, the right to self-determination is one of the pillars of international law and the Declaration of the Catalan Parliament must be respected.
The leader of Sinn Féin said that the Catalan people would have solidarity with “this historic day”.
According to Gerry Adams, the Spanish government must agree on the settlement of the situation through international mediation. The Catalan government has also proposed this, and this goodwill gesture has to be returned – says Adams.
President Sinn Féin called on Leo Varadkar, Irish Prime Minister, to urgently and urgently raise the need for this process to the Spanish Prime Minister.

Source: MTI / Image: hirek.ma /

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