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Spain marks its National Day on Thursday with a show of unity by opponents of Catalonian independence, a day after the central government gave the region's separatist leader until next week to clarify whether he intends to push ahead with secession.
"We are ready to sign Coutinho."
"It is very important that Puigdemont clarify for the rest of Spaniards if he declared independence or not."