November 26, 2012

A Bittersweet Victory for Catalonia's President

Tom Burridge, BBC News

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After regional elections on Sunday in Catalonia, in the north-east of Spain, Artur Mas, the man who trumpeted the cause of independence throughout the campaign will still run its regional government. But only after he has reached a deal with other parties.

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