Art and Catalan independence: the case of Sixena.

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By Alberto Velasco Gonzàlez This is an excerpt from the upcoming What’s *still* up with Catalonia? which is particularly timely. After Catalonia voted in a referendum on independence on October 1st and the Parliament subsequently declared independence on October 27, 2017, the Spanish government, and in particular the ruling PP, approved a resolution enabling it to use Article 155 of the Spanish Constitution to dissolve the Catalan Parliament and take over its government. It has subsequently accused all of the members …