ANNA
Llevo días leyendo las historias en #NousRepublicans y con ganas de contar la mía, pero la verdad que no sabía muy bien cómo empezar. Soy catalana, hija de gallegos y criada en el barrio del Carmelo, donde como os podéis imaginar, debido a que muchos de nosotros, éramos hijos de gente venida de otros lugares de España, me imagino que imperaba el voto unionista, pero eran otros tiempos, y como el que más y el que menos tenía trabajo y se llegaba a fin de mes, nadie tenía problemas con ser catalán y español.See More

ISABEL
“I am from Extremadura, I was born in 1936, I have lived in Catalonia for 58 years, here is where my daughters and grandchildren were born. I came to Catalonia with my wife, looking for a better and more dignified life. When from my town the only thing I had known about was misery and the arrogance of the young gentlemen who, riding on horseback, came to visit us every day when we worked in their farmhouses. See More

ISABEL
“I am from Extremadura, I was born in 1936, I have lived in Catalonia for 58 years, here is where my daughters and grandchildren were born. I came to Catalonia with my wife, looking for a better and more dignified life. When from my town the only thing I had known about was misery and the arrogance of the young gentlemen who, riding on horseback, came to visit us every day when we worked in their farmhouses. See More

PENELOPE
I can’t theoretically claim to be a #NousRepublicans (#NewRepublican), but I’ll tell you about my story. I am the daughter of an Aragonese and a Valencian. I’ve never been interested in politics. I always voted for Catalan parties because I thought that, the more representation we had in Madrid, the better for Catalonia. See More

HELEN
I am Helén and I am Turkish. I married a Catalan three years ago. We decided to live in Barcelona because we thought that everything would be much better than in Turkey. But as the days went by everything was starting to look familiar…but I thought ”we are in Europe”  See More

MARTA
I am Marta, a Catalan of generations. On September 27, 2015 I voted for Unió because it was a right-wing non-independentist Catalanist party. In my house they have always been Francoists, right- winged and very Spanish; and in that circle is where I was raised. See More

SERGI
I’ve been reading the experiences of people who are from other places and voted republic this last couple of days. It’s exciting to read those stories. From the deepest humility, allow me to tell you mine. The story of a LEGIONARY who voted for the Republic. See More

STR
The politics of fear …
Yesterday I went to Radio Balsareny to conduct an interview like #NousRepublicans (New Republicans). I sent the interview to my father, proud that he can listen to his daughter on the radio, and then the answer you receive is: See More

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