The political events happening in Catalonia are being closely followed by international news organizations and also by governments from all over the world. This was clearly demonstrated during the General Policy Debate this week in the Catalan Parliament, where there were more accredited international media than ever before, as well as the presence of representatives from certain countries during President Artur Mas' Opening remarks on Tuesday.
To wit, from within the gallery of the Catalan Parliament itself, Mas' speech was listened to by the General Consul of Germany in Barcelona, Bernhard Brasack, and by an assistant to the US Consulate in Barcelona. There was also a Member of the Quebec Assembly, Alain Therrien, in the role of parliamentary advisor to the Quebec's Minister of International Relations.
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