The exit poll showed the victory of supporters of independence in the elections in Catalonia

The exit poll showed the victory of supporters of independence in the elections in Catalonia

Most Generalitat in Catalonia for the first after the referendum on independence for the region parliamentary elections will get the party advocating for the secession from Spain.

This is evidenced by the company GAD3 exit polls published by local newspaper La Vanguardia. The turnout to the closure of polling stations, as the newspaper notes, was “a record” of 84%.

While the victory in the elections to the Parliament of the Autonomous community, according to the results of the survey will be representatives of left-centrist party Ciudadanos (“Civil party”). They are, according to La Vanguardia, is from 34 to 37 seats.

Second place exit polls predicted advocating for the independence Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya (ERS, the Left Republican party of Catalonia). Its members, according to the survey, will receive the regional Parliament from 34 to 36 seats.

Another supporter of the separation of Catalonia from Spain will be in third place. Junts per Catalunya (JuntsxCat) platform, is centered around the former President of Generalitat region Carles Pokdemon, according to La Vanguardia, will receive in new Parliament of the region 28-29. Representatives of the party CUP (“the Candidacy of national unity”), which also support the independence of Catalonia, is in generality only 5-6 seats.

Thus, the Pro-independence party, as the newspaper notes, — ERC, Junts per Catalunya and CUP — according to the exit poll, are on the threshold of absolute majority (68 seats) and can get in the new Parliament from 67 to 71 seats.

The regional Parliament was dissolved Madrid on October 27. Then the Prime Minister of Spain, Mariano Rajoy has suspended from duty the head of the Catalan government, Carles Pokdemon. Before that, the same day the Parliament as a result of the Catalan referendum on secession of the region from Spain proclaimed the independence of the Autonomous community.