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Spain and the world now waits to see what will happen after the Catalan secession crisis took its most dramatic turn yet on Friday when the regional parliament voted in favour of an independent Catalan republic - and 45 minutes later, the Spanish Senate granted Madrid the right to direct rule.
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Take a tour of the gorgeous palace to gawk at its breathtaking opulence.Catalonia’s push for autonomy in the 1930s was one of the causes of the 1936-1939 civil war which led to the dictator General Franco suppressing Catalan civil liberties and language – a repression that is bitterly remembered to this day.Although Mr Puigdemont and the 12 members of the Catalan Cabinet will now no longer be paid and could be charged with usurping others' functions if they refuse to obey Madrid, there was no immediate sign that they were willing to comply.Even when news began to filter through of the measures taken by Mr Rajoy, the mood in the old quarter surrounding the plaza remained largely good-humoured with impromptu firework displays, loud music and the waving of Catalan flags.“The people are the motor of any country and they will be here when they need to be,” said one middle-aged nationalist, Pep Gracia, standing in a nearby street, when asked how he felt about the possible measures. And it’s the people who will handle matters, not the [regional] government.If you’re in Madrid and want to check it out visit Siesta & Go’s website or Facebook page.