|Catalan Republic /
|República Catalana /
Els Segadors (Catalan)
Map of Europe with the Catalan Republic (c. 1641) by Willem Blaeu.
|-||1934||Lluís Companys i Jover|
|-||Proclaimed (most recently)||October 6, 1934|
|-||Disestablished (most recently)||October 7, 1934|
The Catalan Republic (Catalan: República Catalana, IPA: [rəˈpubːlikə kətəˈlanə]) is one of the terms adopted by Catalonia when it has been a position to decide its political future. The constitution of a Catalan State is currently the aim of a broad-based grassroots movement for Catalan independence.
- In 1641, by Pau Claris.
- In 1873, by Baldomer Lostau as the "Catalan State".
- In 1931, by Francesc Macià as the "Catalan Republic within the Iberian Federation".
- In 1934, by Lluís Companys as the "Catalan State within the Spanish Federal Republic".
Of these four proclamations, the first (1641) was performed with the objective to establish the complete independence and the rest (1873, 1931 and 1934) for establish the sovereignty and the state character of Catalonia inside an Iberian or Spanish Federal Republic.
Francesc Macià i Llussà, Catalan independentist and republican leader that proclaimed the Catalan Republic in 1931.
Bank note from the Generalitat de Catalunya, 1936.
- Biografía de Estanislao Figueras y Moragas en Biografías y Vidas
- Spain: Macià's Catalonia, Time, Jun 20, 1932.
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