Catalonia's leaders have effectively given up on becoming fully independent for the time being.
Spain is set to file "rebellion" charges against Carles Puigdemont and his deputies.
Barcelona and Madrid can work together for peace or work against each other for war.
Now dissolved, Catalonia government would have had no legal power to execute the independence vote.
If Madrid and Barcelona cannot find common ground and if the EU fails to mediate a settlement, the United Nations may need to intervene.
The ball is now firmly in Madrid and Brussels' court.
Madrid continues to exercise a heavy handed approach towards Catalonia.
The economic elite in Barcelona merely plan to swap Madrid for Brussels as their preferred patron, and are relying on demagogic distractions such as the referendum...
Thousands of people gathered in Madrid on Saturday in an anti-governmental rally organized by the Spanish anti-austerity left-wing party Podemos, following the recent victory of the...
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