Pro-independence protesters obstructed major roads and a high-speed railway line in Spain’s Catalonia region on Monday, a year after a banned referendum on secession was marred by police violence.
“Everything began on October 1 and everything goes back to October 1,” the region’s separatist president Quim Torra said.
He spoke at a ceremony in Sant Julia de Ramis, northern Catalonia, on a stage near a big black and white banner that read “No forgetting, no forgiving.”
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