Pro-Catalonia independence parties seen winning election: Poll

Moroccan Rif activists carry a Catalan independence flag during a demonstration outside the Catalan Government building, the Palau de la Generalitat on October 28, 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. The Spanish government stripped Catalonia of its autonomy after the Catalan parliament voted yesterday to declare independence.

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Moroccan Rif activists carry a Catalan independence flag during a demonstration outside the Catalan Government building, the Palau de la Generalitat on October 28, 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. The Spanish government stripped Catalonia of its autonomy after the Catalan parliament voted yesterday to declare independence.

Pro-Catalonia independence parties will win the regional election in December yet are unlikely to take a parliamentary majority, a survey published in La Vanguardia showed on Sunday.

According to the GAD3 poll of 1,233 people between Oct. 30 in addition to Nov. 3, pro-independence parties ERC, PDECat in addition to CUP could win the election with between 66 in addition to 69 seats inside 135-seat parliament.

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