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Catalan leader says Spanish PM might back down on independence vote

Reuters Thursday, 18 April 2019
A jailed Catalan separatist leader standing in Spain's national election this month said on Thursday he expected Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez to consider a possible referendum on the region's independence to help secure a second term in office.
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