Decenas de miles de independentistas estallan de júbilo en Barcelona (fotos)

Oct 27, 2017 9:50 am

Publicado en: Destacados, Internacionales

Miles celebran frente al parlamento de Cataluña, Octubre 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Decenas de miles de independentistas concentrados este viernes cerca del Parlamento de Cataluña, en Barcelona, recibieron con un estallido de júbilo la declaración de independencia del parlamento de esta región del resto de España, constató la AFP.

La sesión parlamentaria fue retransmitida en directo en pantallas gigantes, en dos amplias vías repletas de personas en las afueras del parque de la Ciudadela, en el centro de la capital catalana.

Los manifestantes lanzaron hurras, aplausos y gritos de “independencia”, justo en el momento en que la mayoría separatista del parlamento catalán aprobó la resolución que declaró “la República catalana, como Estado independiente y soberano”.

Descorchando botellas de cava y con los brazos entrelazados, los manifestantes entonaron con fervor el himno de Cataluña, muchos con el puño en alto.

“Nos ha costado tanto llegar a este momento”, dijo Judith Rodríguez, una trabajadora social de 38 años con lágrimas en los ojos.

“Estoy muy emocionada, muy contenta, de por fin ir hacia adelante y construir una república, un país nuevo, a partir de cero”.

Vestida con una camiseta que dice “fem pais” (hacemos país, en catalán), dijo no temer la aplicación del artículo 155 por parte del gobierno central de Mariano Rajoy, para poner a Cataluña bajo tutela de Madrid.

El marido de Judith, José Ligero, gestor inmobiliario de 43 años, afirmó: “Entiendo que hemos ido por un camino que no está bien visto por otras partes del mundo, pero no tuvimos elección. Esto no lo han llevado los políticos, esto salió de la calle”.

AFP

People gather to celebrate the proclamation of a Catalan republic at the Sant Jaume square in Barcelona on October 27, 2017. Catalonia's parliament voted to declare independence from Spain and proclaim a republic, just as Madrid is poised to impose direct rule on the region to stop it in its tracks. A motion declaring independence was approved with 70 votes in favour, 10 against and two abstentions, with Catalan opposition MPs walking out of the 135-seat chamber before the vote in protest at a declaration unlikely to be given official recognition. / AFP PHOTO / LLUIS GENE
People gather to celebrate the proclamation of a Catalan republic at the Sant Jaume square in Barcelona on October 27, 2017.

Catalonia’s parliament voted to declare independence from Spain and proclaim a republic, just as Madrid is poised to impose direct rule on the region to stop it in its tracks. A motion declaring independence was approved with 70 votes in favour, 10 against and two abstentions, with Catalan opposition MPs walking out of the 135-seat chamber before the vote in protest at a declaration unlikely to be given official recognition.

/ AFP PHOTO / LLUIS GENE
People gather to celebrate the proclamation of a Catalan republic at the Sant Jaume square in Barcelona on October 27, 2017. Catalonia's parliament voted to declare independence from Spain and proclaim a republic, just as Madrid is poised to impose direct rule on the region to stop it in its tracks. A motion declaring independence was approved with 70 votes in favour, 10 against and two abstentions, with Catalan opposition MPs walking out of the 135-seat chamber before the vote in protest at a declaration unlikely to be given official recognition. / AFP PHOTO / LLUIS GENE
People gather to celebrate the proclamation of a Catalan republic at the Sant Jaume square in Barcelona on October 27, 2017.

Catalonia’s parliament voted to declare independence from Spain and proclaim a republic, just as Madrid is poised to impose direct rule on the region to stop it in its tracks. A motion declaring independence was approved with 70 votes in favour, 10 against and two abstentions, with Catalan opposition MPs walking out of the 135-seat chamber before the vote in protest at a declaration unlikely to be given official recognition.

/ AFP PHOTO / LLUIS GENE
GRAF1397. BARCELONA (ESPAÑA), 27/10/2017.- Unas 6.000 personas, según la Guardia Urbana, se han concentrado esta tarde espontáneamente en la plaza de Sant Jaume de Barcelona, ante el Palau de la Generalitat, sede del gobierno catalán, para festejar que el Parlament ha declarado de forma unilateral la independencia de Cataluña. EFE/Marta Pérez
GRAF1397. BARCELONA (ESPAÑA), 27/10/2017.- Unas 6.000 personas, según la Guardia Urbana, se han concentrado esta tarde espontáneamente en la plaza de Sant Jaume de Barcelona, ante el Palau de la Generalitat, sede del gobierno catalán, para festejar que el Parlament ha declarado de forma unilateral la independencia de Cataluña. EFE/Marta Pérez
People gather to celebrate at the Sant Jaume square in Barcelona on October 27, 2017. Catalonia's parliament voted to declare independence from Spain and proclaim a republic, just as Madrid is poised to impose direct rule on the region to stop it in its tracks. A motion declaring independence was approved with 70 votes in favour, 10 against and two abstentions, with Catalan opposition MPs walking out of the 135-seat chamber before the vote in protest at a declaration unlikely to be given official recognition. / AFP PHOTO / LLUIS GENE
People gather to celebrate at the Sant Jaume square in Barcelona on October 27, 2017.

Catalonia’s parliament voted to declare independence from Spain and proclaim a republic, just as Madrid is poised to impose direct rule on the region to stop it in its tracks. A motion declaring independence was approved with 70 votes in favour, 10 against and two abstentions, with Catalan opposition MPs walking out of the 135-seat chamber before the vote in protest at a declaration unlikely to be given official recognition.

/ AFP PHOTO / LLUIS GENE

Fotos Reuters

People celebrate after the Catalan regional parliament passes the vote of independence from Spain in Barcelona, Spain October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People celebrate after the Catalan regional parliament passes the vote of independence from Spain in Barcelona, Spain October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People sign Catalan anthem as they celebrate after the Catalan regional parliament declares the independence from Spain in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Medina
People sign Catalan anthem as they celebrate after the Catalan regional parliament declares the independence from Spain in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Medina
People celebrate after the Catalan regional parliament passes the vote of independence from Spain in Barcelona, Spain October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People celebrate after the Catalan regional parliament passes the vote of independence from Spain in Barcelona, Spain October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People react while the Catalan regional parliament votes for independence of Catalonia from Spain in Barcelona, Spain October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People react while the Catalan regional parliament votes for independence of Catalonia from Spain in Barcelona, Spain October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People react while the Catalan regional parliament votes for independence of Catalonia from Spain in Barcelona, Spain October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People react while the Catalan regional parliament votes for independence of Catalonia from Spain in Barcelona, Spain October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People celebrate after the Catalan regional parliament declares the independence from Spain in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Medina
People celebrate after the Catalan regional parliament declares the independence from Spain in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Medina

A demonstrators wears a photograph of the jailed leaders of Catalan pro-independence movements ANC (Catalan National Assembly) and Omnium Cutural, Jordi Sanchez and Jordi Cuixart, near the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Medina
A demonstrators wears a photograph of the jailed leaders of Catalan pro-independence movements ANC (Catalan National Assembly) and Omnium Cutural, Jordi Sanchez and Jordi Cuixart, near the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Medina
People react as they gather near the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Medina
People react as they gather near the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Medina
CUP leader Anna Gabriel (Top L) speaks during a plenary session at the Catalan regional Parliament in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea
CUP leader Anna Gabriel (Top L) speaks during a plenary session at the Catalan regional Parliament in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea
People react as they watch on giant screens a plenary session outside the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People react as they watch on giant screens a plenary session outside the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People react as they watch on giant screens a plenary session outside the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People react as they watch on giant screens a plenary session outside the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People react as they watch on giant screens a plenary session outside the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People react as they watch on giant screens a plenary session outside the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People react as they watch on giant screens a plenary session outside the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People react as they watch on giant screens a plenary session outside the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People react as they watch on giant screens a plenary session outside the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People react as they watch on giant screens a plenary session outside the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People celebrate after the Catalan regional parliament passes the vote of the independence from Spain in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People celebrate after the Catalan regional parliament passes the vote of the independence from Spain in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People celebrate after the Catalan regional parliament passes the vote of the independence from Spain in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman
People celebrate after the Catalan regional parliament passes the vote of the independence from Spain in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman

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