BREAKING: Catalan parliament meets for first time since failed secession

Catalonia’s parliament met Wednesday for the first time since it was dissolved following a failed attempt to break from Spain in what will see separatists start the process to get sacked regional leader Carles Puigdemont back into power.

Pro-independence parties are in the majority in the assembly after winning regional elections on December 21 called by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to try and put an end to a secession crisis that shook the region of 7.5 million people, Spain and Europe.

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