Spain election: Catalan independence dream still alive

Catalans have not forgotten their pro-independence leaders after eighteen months in prison.

    Catalan independence leaders have been rallying supporters, some of them from prison, as they urge a new approach, one of dialogue and political legitimacy.

    A surge in support for the far right nationalist Vox party risks dragging the entire political landscape to the right, making compromise over Catalan aspirations seem less likely than ever.

     

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from Barcelona.


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