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'We will be independent,' Catalan regional leader says

Reuters Friday, 7 February 2020
Catalonia's regional leader Quim Torra told Reuters on Friday that he wants to agree on a date for an independence referendum as part of talks with the Spanish government, arguing that the region's path toward secession is "irreversible".
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