Sep 27, 2015

Exit poll: Pro-secession parties headed for Catalonia win

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — An exit poll predicted on Sunday that pro-independence parties in Spain's Catalonia region were likely to win a majority of seats in the regional parliamentary election, but it's unclear whether they would be able to come together to push for a plan to secede from Spain. The exit poll by Catalonia's TV3 channel showed the "Together for Yes" group of secessionists winning...

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