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How the internet reacted to results of Catalonia's historic election

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How the internet reacted to results of Catalonia's historic election
Photo: Jorge Guerrero/AFP
09:51 CEST+02:00
The internet wasn't all serious political analysis during Sunday's Catalan elections...

Catalonia separating from Spain:

Mariano Rajoy is now trying a different plan to maintain the unity of Spain:

 

Socialist candidate Miquel Iceta has revealed some impressive dance moves during the campaign.

His nifty moves prompted a host of tweets referring to his favourite hobby: 

The polling station is all ready for Miquel Iceta to vote:

Miquel Iceta moments after voting: 

This is my total interest in the Catalan elections...Bloody hell Iceta's dancing! 

 

Others tried to combine the other big story of the day with Catalonia. 

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