13 September 2009

The municipal consultation on independence in Arenys de Munt is ultimately held at the Centre Moral, premises owned by a private entity located next to the Town Hall, because municipal offices were not allowed as the venue


The question of the consultation is ‘Do you agree with Catalonia becoming an independent, democratic and social state of law that is part of the European Union?’ and the results are as follows: 96.2% voted in favour; 2.3% voted against it. Voter turnout: 41% of the census. Based on this consultation, municipal consultations on independence began to be proposed in several municipalities promoted by different local or national organisations. The different municipal consultations were coordinated by the Coordinator for the Consultation on Independence.

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