‘We are living the last days of the Catalan republic. Madrid has triumphed.’ That has Carles Puigdemont, the former minister-president of Catalonia, sent to one of his former ministers. Puigdemont is bored with the leaked messages. “There are times when I doubt, but I will not folds.’
The leaked messages according to the Spanish newspaper El País sent to the former Catalan minister Antoni Comín. ‘It’s over, the our have us sacrificed. The plan of the Moncloa (the Spanish government in Madrid, ed.) has the met’, is also read.
The photo of the messages was Tuesday night made at a meeting of N-VA in Oud-Heverlee. Puigdemont would normally be present, but I quit at the last moment. He was replaced by Comín. A photographer who was behind the former minister was apparently taking a photo of his smartphone, which the messages on that moment to walk in.
‘Do not fold’
The photo was taken Wednesday morning for the first shown by the Spanish channel Telecinco. Puigdemont has now confirmed that he will be the messages sent, but denies that he is the struggle for an independent Catalonia will really cease. “I am also a journalist, but I’ve always been of the opinion that there are limits around privacy. Mine are now violated, ” wrote Puigdemont on Twitter.
“I’m only human and there are times when I doubt, but out of respect and gratitude for our citizens, I will not bending, not giving up,” says Puigdemont still.