History for Explainer: The big questions behind the Spanish crisis over Catalonia

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Note → changing 3rd highlight

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Note → Fixing a typo and grammar, and making link brackets consistent
Note → adding Carles P a compromise
Note → fixing other edits
Note → adding OECD link about decentralisation
Note → revisions incorporated
Note → community change accepted
Note → Too many value judgments not based on evidence
Note → the three main parties in Spain offered on October 11 to reform the Constitution to reorder the terr
Note → Something that affects the general interests of Spain is a reason for activate article 155
Note → Corrected: picture footnote
Note → Corrected: Spain is not a republic
Note → Removed text image
Note → Catalan parliament rather than Generalitat
Note → publishing revised version
Note → updated Highlight
Note → removing spare link ref
Note → Soraya mention and link
Note → link to story giving numbers in vote
Note → updating El Pais link re elections
Note → changing tenses
Note → wording update
Note → link to bbc report
Note → updating events
Note → changing 'enact' to 'apply'
Note → Added picture
Note → el pais report
Note → added today
Note → links added
Note → attribution
Note → It changed to Catalonia
Note → senate to vote link
Note → Catalan parties ref
Note → Galician independence link
Note → Basque nationalism reference
Note → Carles biog
Note → link about independence
Note → adding Rajoy link
Note → Categories and tags updated
Note → New intro, highlights
2017-10-23 10:29:52 ... Angela Long (talk | contribs)
Note → draft only of primer for Spain

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