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23 September 2018


New Catalan president refuses to swear allegiance to King

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Newly elected Catalan President Quim Torra took an oath on Thursday but has not sworn allegiance to Spanish King Felipe VI and the country’s constitution.

Axar.az informs citing Sputnik.

"[I] will perform as the head of the government, being devoted to the people’s will and elected by the parliament," Torra said in a short speech, in which he has not sworn allegiance to both the Spanish king and the constitution.

On Monday, the Catalan Parliament elected Torra, a lawmaker from Junts per Catalunya party, as the president of the autonomous region.

The ceremony was not attended by representatives of the Spanish government.

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2018.05.17 / 19:55
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