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  • #222

    Infographic on the results of the October 1 referendum in Catalonia

    • YES: 90.18%
    • NO: 7.83%
    • Blank votes: 1.98%
  • #221

    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
  • #217

    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)
  • #215

    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
  • #214

    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
  • #209

    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?"
  • #204

    Foreign investment projects attracted by the Catalan Government are on the rise with over 4000 jobs created in 2016

    • The Catalan Government has attracted 68 foreign investment projects, representing an investment of 352 million euros and the creation and continuity of 4,067 jobs
    • Half of the projects implemented arise from multinationals with no prior presence in Catalonia
  • #203

    The Catalan Government increases its development aid budget by 65%

    • In the Executive Council meeting of May 2, the Catalan Government approved the Annual Development Cooperation Plan for 2017 with total budget allocation of 30.2 million euros
    • 12.3 million euros will be allocated to the country's Official Development Assistance, while the Catalan Agency for Development Cooperation will receive over 17 million euros for specific development projects, nearly doubling last year's budget
  • #201

    The Government's foreign relations and its external action around the world are essential to maintaining Catalonia's standing on the global stage.

    • With 11 delegations, 36 ACCIÓ offices and 3 CADC offices, the Generalitat offers assistance to over 280,000 Catalans living abroad and hundreds of businesses that are based in other countries
    • The Government of Catalonia, through the Catalan Agency for Development Cooperation, contributes significanly to humanitarian projects in more than 20 countries
  • #200

    The Spanish state fails to honour its commitments vis-ą-vis Catalonia

    • The lack of investment in Catalonia has been a constant feature for many years and has affected the suburban rail network (Rodalies) the Mediterranean rail corridor, access to ports, airport management, highways (NII, N-340, A-27) all investments that have been demanded for years
    • This is not a new situation and adds to the chronic deficit in infrastructures in Catalonia; a situation it hoped to alleviate with the Third Additional Provision of the Statute of Autonomy of Catalonia, which the State has failed to comply with
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