©Matthias Oesterle/ZUMAPRESS.com/MAXPPP - October 3, 2017 - Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain - Thousands of Catalan pro-independence activists shout slogans as they march through Barcelona during a general strike in defense of rights and freedoms after police violence during the secession referendum at October 1st.
Carles Puigdemont, le président de la Catalogne, a indiqué dans une interview à la BBC : "Nous allons déclarer l'indépendance 48 heures après le décompte des résultats officiels"
Manifestations des activistes pour l’indépendance, vote du référendum sous tension, répression musclée des forces de l’ordre, manifestations de soutien contre les violences policières, manifestations pour l’unité de l’Espagne, grève générale à Barcelone, rencontre pour une médiation entre Albert Rivera et Mariano Rajoy, intervention télévisée du roi Felipe d’Espagne en faveur de la stabilité du pays…
La tension est à son paroxysme dans la crise catalane.
©EFE/Alberto Estevez/MaxPPP - Catalan President, Carles Puigdemont, gives a press conference, in Barcelona, northeastern Spain, on 02 October 2017.
©EPA/QUIQUE GARCIA/MaxPPP - People protest in Catalunya square in Barcelona, during a demonstration held on occasion of the general strike called in Catalonia, Spain, 03 October 2017.
©EFE/J.P.Gandul /MaxPPP - TV grab of Spanish King Felipe VI during his institutional statement two days after the celebration of the Catalonian illegal referendum, in Madrid, Spain, 03 October 2017.
©Guo Qiuda/PHOTOSHOT/MAXPPP - BARCELONA ; ; 01/10/2017 - People take to the streets to defend Spain's unity, its constitution and protest against the independence referendum set to be held on Sunday which has been declared illegal by Spain's Constitutional Court, in Barcelona, Spain, on Sept. 30, 2017.
©EPA/ENRIC FONTCUBERTA/MaxPPP - People start the count of the votes after the closing of the polls for the '1-O Referendum' at the Industrial School in Barcelona, northeastern Spain, 01 October 2017.
©EPA/Marta Perez/MaxPPP - Mayoress of Barcelona, Ada Colau (R), casts her vote during the '1-O Referendum' at the civic center of La Sedeta, in Barcelona, northeastern Spain, on 01 October
©EPA/Marta Perez/MaxPPP - Spanish National Police officers seize a ballot box during a raid at a health clinic during the '1-O Referendum' in Cappont, Lleida, Catalonia, northeastern Spain, on 01 October 2017.
©EPA/Andreu DalmauMaxPPP - Spanish National policemen are seen behind a broken window during clashes between Catalan pro-independence people and police forces at the Sant Julia de Ramis sports center in Girona, where the Catalan President, Carles Puigdemont was expected to vote, in Girona, Catalonia, northeastern Spain, on 01 October 2017. National Police officers and Civil guards have been deployed in Barcelona to prevent the people from entering to the polling centers and vote in the Catalan independence referendum, that has been banned by the Spanish Constitutional Court. The police action has provocked clashes between pro-independence people and the police forces.