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> But he still stand firm against any new secession attempt by the wealthy region, which has its own police force and autonomy in some areas.
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Catalonia voted to break away, but turnout was low. Spain's new socialist Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez has taken a softer approach than the last one.>>
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The vast crowds don't mean universal backing for splitting from Spain though, divisions within the region too are stark. A recent poll showed nearly 47% of Catalans in favor, and nearly 45% against.>>
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