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Catalan government approves open data strategy and adoption of International Open Data Charter Catalonia: a world leader in technology Catalonia, a world leader in organ transplants Art. 155 was an instrument to quash Catalonia's self-government and a coercive imposition of the state Catalan referendum results
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    • From 25 to 28 February, Barcelona will host the Mobile World Congress 2019, the world’s premier technology event
    • Catalonia is becoming a world leader in technology thanks to its powerful and growing ICT industry, digital infrastructure, a talented workforce, and its universities and research centres
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    • The rate is above 150 per million population (151.2) a level achieved by few countries and regions of the world
    • Second best year ever for organ donations in Catalonia: 328 suitable deceased donors
    • New record for paediatric transplants in Catalonia
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    Effects on government action

    • Suppression of self-government
    • Economic block and losses
    • Article 155 in numbers
    • Reversion actions
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    Infographic on the results of the October 1 referendum in Catalonia

    • YES: 90.18%
    • NO: 7.83%
    • Blank votes: 1.98%
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    Infographic on the events that led to the October 1 referendum

    • 2010: Constitutional Court ruling against the Statute of Autonomy
    • 2012: The State refuses to talk about a fiscal pact
    • 2014: 9-N Citizen Participation Process
    • 2015: Pro-independence parties gain absolute majority in Parliament
    • 2017: October 1 referendum
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    The Catalan national police force is deployed throughout the country with the aim of setting the highest standards in policing

    • With the restoration of the Government of Catalonia and the approval of the Policia de la Generalitat Law (1994), the Mossos d'Esquadra went from being a disbanded police force to becoming one of the best in Europe
    • Today, the Catalan national police force is made up of 16,783 officers with a diverse set functions and areas of responsibility, from investigating crimes (Legal Police), to protecting civilians and maintain public order (Security Police) and ensuring that laws passed by the Parliament of Catalonia are observed (Administrative Police)
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    The Catalan Government reaffirms its commitment to the United Nations with a national initiative to implement the 2030 Agenda in Catalonia

    The Government of Catalonia is committed to:
    • Preparing a National Sustainable Development Goals Plan to ensure the 2030 Agenda is implemented in Catalonia
    • Developing an integrated system of targets and indicators related to the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals as they apply to Catalonia
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    The Catalan Government creates the Cybersecurity Agency of Catalonia to guarantee the protection of Catalonia's citizens in the Digital Society

    • The Agency will ensure the security of electronic communications networks and information systems as well as the protection for people, companies, entities and public institutions
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    President Puigdemont announces the date and question of the referendum

    • In an official statement, the President of the Catalan Government announced that the referendum on independence will be held on October 1st, 2017
    • The Yes/No question will be "Do you want Catalonia to become an independent state in the form of a Republic?"
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