Spanish flags are attached to the horns of a billboard-size figure of a bull, known as the Osborne Bull, near the southeastern town of Requena, Spain November 5, 2017. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
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Sacked Catalonia leader Carles Puigdemont and four associates turned themselves in to Belgian police on Sunday, following Spain's issuing of an arrest warrant for rebellion and sedition.Two polls held Sunday suggested pro-Catalonia independence parties will together win December's regional election although they may fall just short of a majority of seats in Parliament needed to revive the secession campaign.Parties supporting Catalonia staying in Spain would divide seats but garner around 54 percent of the vote, the polls suggested.According to a GAD3 survey of 1,233 people conducted between Oct. 30 and Nov. 3 and published in La Vanguardia newspaper, pro-independence parties ERC, PDeCAT and CUP would take between 66 and 69 seats in the 135-seat Parliament.Other seats would be generally divided between parties that support the region remaining as part of Spain, though they would run on separate tickets.
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