Catalonia Referendum: Vote would be unconstitutional says Spainish government – BBC News

The Spanish Government has defended its decision to send thousands of extra police officers to Catalonia to try to stop an independence referendum taking place. The region’s devolved government wants schools to open as polling stations on Sunday. But in a BBC interview, the Education Minister Inigo Mendez insisted any vote would be illegal and cannot take place. Our correspondent Tom Burridge reports from Madrid and Barcelona.

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