Catalans Likely to Keep Disobedience Civil

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The Cipher Brief asked Marc Gafarot, a public affairs consultant and specialist in secessionist movements who is based in Barcelona, to comment after Spain’s central government fired Catalonia’s president Carles Puigdemont on Friday, dissolving the parliament and government for declaring independence, and setting new elections for December. Puigdemont’s government had held an unsanctioned Oct. 1st referendum that was declared illegal under Spanish law.

TCB’s Kaitlin Lavinder started by asking what the ousted Catalan politicians will do.

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