Spain has been rocked by a financial crisis for the last five years and has imposed austerity measures to cut its debt mountain while youth unemployment climbs to more than 25 per cent. But a bigger threat has emerged as a growing number of Catalonians indicate they want their region to be independent of central government. This could lead the Basque region to follow suit.

SPAIN faces an even greater and more destabilising threat than its debilitating economy which has seen finances nosedive over the last five years and unemployment rocket to more than 25 per cent.

The new threat, which some politicians say cannot be allowed to happen, is Catalonia breaking away from Spai...

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Professor Jaime Nogueira Pinto
Achieving independence, even if through a peaceful and democratic process, would raise passions and be complex for both Catalonia and Spain. The road to independence is full of uncertainty for Catalonia, Spain and the European Union
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