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Catalan leader stripped of lawmaker rights, protesters scuffle with police

Reuters Monday, 27 January 2020
Catalonia's parliament stripped the head of the region's pro-independence government of his rights as a regional lawmaker on Monday, angering supporters who scuffled with police outside the assembly.
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Catalonia's parliament stripped the head of the region's pro-independence government of his rights as a regional lawmaker on Monday, angering supporters who scuffled with police outside the assembly. Michelle Hennessy reports.

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