also a good post!Relly wrote: ↑Mon Oct 02, 2017 4:42 pmGood post, sort of boiled it down to simple terms, which is helpful because I didn't know the full story.
It's sort of a tough issue. We had a similar situation here in Canada were Quebec wanted to seperate from Canada. Quebec is a resource rich area of the country, which they would obviously would take with them. Although Quebec is basically a socialist state within Canada that drains the rest of the countries money. Their vote failed by around 1% if I remember correctly, but it was just them that voted. In all honesty if the whole country voted they probably would have been voted out, no one really likes them.
I can see both sides of the Spain arguement, and obviously Spain's political history is much different than Canada's. I don't blame the rest of Spain for not agreeing to allow such a large aspect of their economy walk away, but their importance to Spain should be more appreciated. Tough situation and I am not sure their is an easy solution.
Is there the possibility of this turning into a civil war type situation?
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