A man walks past a billboard calling to vote in the October 1 referendum on independence in Catalonia, in a corridor of Barcelona's underground, on September 13, 2017. / AFP / LLUIS GENE
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Spain's top prosecutor is investigating more than 700 Catalan mayors for cooperating with a planned referendum on the region's independence after the nation's constitutional court ordered the vote put on hold, the prosecutor's office said Wednesday.The pro-independence coalition ruling Catalonia has vowed to hold the referendum, defying a prohibition by Spain's Constitutional Court.Most of Catalonia's mayors have said they would cooperate with the referendum. However, the willing mayors represent less than half of the region's voting-age population.
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