The spokesman of the Catalan government says that the Spanish state will have to respond to international justice

Government spokesperson, Jordi Turull, appeared shortly before 7pm to evaluate the day. Turull has condemned the repressive action of the Spanish police and highlighted the use of rubber bullets and tear gas in their interventions. “It was not necessary to withdraw the voting material with the use of extreme violence”, Turull said. The public counselor says that Spain is violating human rights and “must respond to international courts”. Turull closed his appearance encouraging to vote. In total, there were 319 interventions in schools, and he asked for “patience” because “the day and the count will be long.”