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The repression against the workers in Catalonia

RamГіn Xuriguera

The repression against the workers in Catalonia

by RamГіn Xuriguera

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Published by [s.n.] in Paris .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementRamon Xuriguera.
SeriesAntecedents and documents -- 1
ContributionsAssociation Hispanophile de France.
The Physical Object
Pagination30 p. ;
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19673249M

  Or even worse: when they join in with the calumnies of the right wing and Spanish nationalist PSOE leaders, against the masses in struggle for a Republic in Catalonia, equating the state with the victims of its repression, and even calling the activity of the CDR committees “violence”, or accusing the Catalan people of having awoken the. “We are calling for International Workers Solidarity Against Police Repression in Catalonia and to Defend Catalonia’s Right to Self-Determination and to Independence, while fighting for the United Action by the Working Class Throughout the Spanish State against the repression. The urgency of the protest is heightened as the government.

  Thousands of police and civil guards carried out savage repression in Catalonia to try to prevent the right to vote in the referendum on 1 October. The state forces smashed glass doors of . Repression, in psychoanalytic theory, the exclusion of distressing memories, thoughts, or feelings from the conscious mind. Often involving sexual or aggressive urges or painful childhood memories, these unwanted mental contents are pushed into the unconscious mind. Repression is thought to give rise to anxiety and to neurotic symptoms, which.

This, however, is bound to revive the national question in Catalonia, stoking anger and mass mobilisations. Indeed, the last few weeks have seen a stiffening of state repression in the region, with new rounds of arrests against pro-independence activists. The Spanish state is playing with fire. A . International Appeal From Catalonia The Spanish state’s repression against Catalonia’s democratic rights gets worse every day. There are at this moment 10 leading politicians and activists in prison, without having been condemned of any crime. They are accused of violent rebellion, although they have never used violence. By mid April the two leaders of the main [ ].


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Since the financial crisis inboth the independence and the ‘indignados’ movements have questioned the foundations of the ‘’78 Regime’ in Spain, the constitutional settlement that transitioned the country to democracy after decades of dictatorship.

On Wednesday Mariano Rajoy lost control of the narrative on the Catalan : Kate Shea Baird. The Guardian - Back to home. Spanish state repression in Catalonia may be shocking – but it’s nothing new The verdict against the Catalan pro-independence leadership for organising a Author: Arnaldo Otegi.

In War and Revolution in Catalonia,Pelai Pagès i Blanch analyses the political and military evolution of the events in Catalonia during the Spanish Civil War: the street battles that defeated the military rebellion; the social revolution that pervaded all levels of Catalonia's politics, economy, and culture; the gradual erosion of workers' power, culminating in the May Events; and Cited by: 4.

Repression and revolt in Catalonia. Paul Amby - 5 November Prosecutor has no evidence of terrorism and the detentions were clearly designed to dissuade people from protesting against the forthcoming verdicts in the show trial of the Catalan civil and political leaders involved in organising the independence referendum in October.

The Sindicato de Estudiantes will not stop its struggle, together with millions of workers and young people in The repression against the workers in Catalonia book for the right to decide, against all those who deny us this fundamental right.

We won’t stop fighting back against those who spread reactionary Spanish nationalism, which has the record of a brutal civil war and repression which murdered millions and imprisoned, tortured, and.

Against Repression in Catalonia. Against forced evictions and for providing poor families with energy in Winter, for the building of social housing, against fracking and for equal rights of women at work. In February, people demonstrated in Barcelona, demanding that the Spanish state accept more refugees.

Only a Workers Republic of Catalonia as a voluntary part of an Iberian Socialist Federation and the United Socialist States of Europe means both - real independence and unity. This goal can only be achieved by an armed uprising and a socialist revolution of the workers and oppressed in Spain and in whole Europe.

Franco’s cultural genocide against Catalonia Only a few of them could write in Catalan from the exile, but their books did not reach the audience in Catalonia as they were forbidden. Editors, collapsed and lost in the labyrinth of censorship and they could only grab the left-overs; while readers fluctuated between fear and resistance, as.

Francoism in Catalonia was established within Francoist Spain between andfollowing the Spanish Civil War and post-war Francoist repression. Francisco Franco's regime replaced Revolutionary Catalonia after the Catalonia Offensive at the end of the war.

The dictatorship in Catalonia complemented the suppression of democratic freedoms with the repression of Catalan culture. Its. Following years of industrialization and rapid economic growth, in Catalonia was able to assert itself and gain “commonwealth” status with a degree of self-governance.

The autonomy was short-lived however, when Prime Minister Miguel Primo de Rivera revoked the status in to suppress Catalan aspirations for self-government.

The Spanish state’s repression against Catalonia’s democratic rights gets worse every day. There are at this moment 10 leading politicians and activists in prison, without having been condemned of any crime. They are accused of violent rebellion.

Protest against the repression in Catalonia - Tuesday 3 October, 6pm-8pm, 10 Downing Street, London SW1A 2AA. Go to STOP repression in Catalonia. Go to STOP repression in Catalonia. The fierce repression meted out by the police during the strike and its aftermath is a warning of the ruling elite’s response to this mass outpouring of defiance.

In Catalonia, the police. We call on all young people in Catalonia and all student organizations on the left, to respond in a unified way in struggle in our institutes and faculties, organizing mass assemblies and creating committees against repression and for the right to decide; to organize strikes.

This is a much inferior figure to the historic mobilisations of 1 and 3 October, which brought to the streets millions of youth, workers and Catalan citizens to exercise their democratic right to decide and against police repression.

The class struggle in Catalonia and the Spanish state has entered a decisive phase. General strike against state repression in Catalonia Workers in Catalonia have launched a general strike today in response to the brutal police repression following Sunday's Catalan independence referendum.

The mass movement for the Catalan referendum and against state repression. By Arturo Rodríguez. 11 September, the national holiday of Catalonia in Spain, saw a round of mass protests and rallies for the right to self-determination of Catalonia and against the banning of the referendum by the central government.

Esquerra Revolucionària calls on all workers and young people in Catalonia to fight for 1-O and the right to decide their own future, against this authoritarian coup of the PP and the State.

To fight for the right to decide and be able to vote, and for a Catalan Socialist Republic that ends cuts. Marinelli writes often for on Catalonia.

This article was published Oct. 19 on and translated by John Catalinotto. Some background on the events is included in a Note at the end of the article.

Oct. 18 -- More than a half-million people overflowed the streets of Barcelona today. ‘Committees in Defence of the Referendum’: update from Catalonia against the political and importantly economic secession of Catalonia is the primary reason for the remarkable level of repression we’ve seen.

After all, Catalonia is a major earner for the Spanish state. It is perhaps the first large-scale workers’ strike against.

Spain’s trial of Catalan separatists is an alarming act of state repression trial in Catalonia’s recent history is about to begin in Madrid. The trial is against members of the former.

Initially driven by small unions, the planned work stoppage eventually won partial support from the Comisiones Obreras (CCOO) and Unión General de Trabajadores (UGT), Catalonia’s two major unions. These organizations did not call for a full strike but for partial work stoppages, to which both workers and employers agreed.

In sight of these rapid developments, we publish a recent press release (23/10/) issued by the Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) which reflects on the ongoing intra-bourgeois struggle in Spain and calls the working class to reject the repression by the Spanish state towards Catalonian workers and intensify the struggle for a.