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Catalonia's leaders to be suspended by Spain.

Spain  will go forward with Article 155, Confirmed by Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy after his cabinet held a crisis meeting to decide how to put an end to Catalonia's secession drive.
The previously untapped article of Spain's constitution will enable Madrid to seize powers from the wealthy northeastern region.Rajoy listed four goals for enacting Article 155: A return to legality, to recover normality and co-existence, to continue with economic recovery and to have an election in Catalonia in "normal political circumstances".The Catalan government will be dissolved as a result.Catalan Vice President Oriol Junqueras said new elections were "not the best way of moving forward".Rajoy told reporters in Madrid that Catalonia’s independence drive has been "unilateral", calling the October 1 independence vote a "referendum that the whole world knew the Spanish government couldn't accept".

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