The ANC proposes to the Government to declare independence in the second half of 2023

The Catalan National Assembly (ANC) will propose this Tuesday to the Government, institutions and parties to declare the independence of Catalonia in the second half of 2023, coinciding with the Spanish presidency of the Council of Europe.

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14 September 2022 Wednesday 08:39
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The ANC proposes to the Government to declare independence in the second half of 2023

The Catalan National Assembly (ANC) will propose this Tuesday to the Government, institutions and parties to declare the independence of Catalonia in the second half of 2023, coinciding with the Spanish presidency of the Council of Europe.

The president of the Generalitat, Pere Aragonès, will meet at 4:30 p.m. with the presidents of the three independent entities, Xavier Antich (Òmnium), Dolors Feliu (ANC) and Jordi Gaseni (AMI), in a closed-door meeting.

Speaking to the press in Plaça Sant Jaume before the start of this meeting, Feliu has indicated that the fact of declaring independence coinciding with the Spanish presidency of the Council of the European Union will give "visibility" and make it more difficult "the repression ": "It is a window of opportunity that we cannot miss".

The ANC will also propose to the pro-independence parties that they approve a resolution in the general policy debate in Parliament that expresses the "will" and "commitment" to declare independence in 2023.

Feliu considers that the approval of this resolution in the debate could "mark 1-O" and "call for the mobilization" of citizens that "must make" independence possible.

For the ANC, which raises this proposal to declare independence alone, without agreeing with the rest of the pro-independence entities, the circumstances of 2023 will be different from those of 2017 due to the numerous "international resolutions" of recent months.

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