Catalonia make up or break up: Polls too close to call

Thursday's elections in Catalonia will gauge the feelings of the populace after Carles Puigdemont's government led a secession bid in October that was quashed by the Spanish national government.

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    There's an anxious wait ahead of Thursday's election in Catalonia, which could decide the region's future.

    Madrid called the snap vote after pro-secession leaders unilaterally declared independence in October.

    Al Jazeera's Karl Penhaul reports from Barcelona.


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