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Brief ans EU-Parlament.

Die drei katalanischen EU-Parlamentarier Ramon Tremosa (Zentrumspartei CiU), Raül Romeva (Grüne) und Ana Miranda (Linksbündnis BNG/ERC) haben nach der Unabhängigkeitskundgebung in Barcelona all ihren Parlamentskollegen (also auch Herrn Dorfmann) einen Brief zukommen lassen, der hier wiedergegeben wird:

Dear colleagues,

We would like to draw your attention to the demonstration that took place yesterday in Barcelona, where 1.5-2 million people marched in support of the independence of Catalonia.

1. Catalonia’s society is undergoing a process towards pro-independence views which has widespread popular support; it is an inclusive, democratic and pro-European movement.

2. The slogan of the demonstration was ‘Catalonia, new state of Europe’ and EU flags were profusely waved.

3. The Catalan independence process is certainly going to be complex, but now for many commentators in Catalan and international newspapers it also seems unstoppable.

4. A vast majority of Catalans are persuaded that having their own state will allow them to face the current economic challenges (Catalonia has been contributing more than 8% of its GDP -around 16 billion euros annually- to the Spanish state for the last few decades);

5. There seems to be no willingness in the Spanish government and its political class to understand Catalonia’s urge for a new and fair fiscal agreement to give Catalonia powers to collect all taxes. This would enable Catalonia to protect its welfare system and to have a fairer distribution of the burden of the economic crisis between Catalans and the rest of Spain.

6. Many Catalans also believe that they would also be better represented politically in the EU with their own state; and that internally there would be more cohesion and they would be able to promote more effectively their language and culture.

7. In case Catalonia needs to hold a referendum on independence, as it is clearly the will shown by its citizens yesterday, we would like to have your democratic support and understanding for this process.

8. Catalonia is willing to be fully responsible and a committed partner in the EU. Catalans have the right to build a new socially fair, economically prosperous and environmentally sustainable state within the EU.

If you need more information, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Warm regards,

Ramon Tremosa (CiU)
Ana Miranda (BNG and on behalf of ERC)
Raül Romeva (ICV)

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8 replies on “Brief ans EU-Parlament.”

zwei Dinge:

1. So sehr mir der Brief gefällt, aber haben die tatsächlich geschrieben:

EU fags were profusely waved

ROFL

2. Bitte alle notieren, dass ein Grüner Mitunterzeichner dieses Briefes ist.

:D

Also ich kann nur hoffen, dass das ein Tippfehler oder ähnliches ist, sonst wärs ein bisschen, naja sagen wir sehr irritierend…

Haben unsere Grünen eine andere grüne Grundeinstellung? Die katalanischen Grünen setzen sich doch klar fürs Volk ein, und der katalanische Präsident ist sogar kein hell leuchtender Stern, ähm sturer Landeshauptmann.
Wenn ich mir die Äusserungen der südtiroler Volksparteiler so durchlese dann sehe ich schwarz für ein unabhängiges Südtirol, eher bekommen wir sie von Italien als von der SVP.

Es ist schon eingenartig. Die Grünen versuchen immer alle Unabhängigkeitsbefürworter in das rechte Eck zu drängen, gleichzeitig unterstützen sie laut RAI Sender BZ Urzì in der Toponomastikdiskussion. Nationalistischer geht es wohl kaum!

Mi piacerebbe tanto sentire quel che direbbero un Lobis od una Foppa qualsiasi leggendo questa lettera… credo che oltre allo slogan “High-Adige is not Catalonia” non andrebbero. Probabilmente perchè anche solo discutere del “perchè no” all’indipendenza è già  troppo di destra per loro…

Nicht nur die Katalanischen Grünen, sondern auch die Schottischen Grünen sind in Sachen Selbstbestimmung schon deutlich weiter als die unsrigen hier.
ES sei daran erinnert, dass die Grünen im EU-Parlament ja zusammen mit den Unabhängigkeitspartein eine gemeinsame Fraktion bilden.

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