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Catalan premier Quim Torra has drawn criticism for suggesting on the BBC that the Spanish government is not implementing the lockdown in his region. Torra says his words were poorly translated.

The leader of Spain's Catalonia region, Quim Torra, has revealed he has tested positive for the coronavirus and is going into self-isolation in a government building.

UPDATE: Catalan regional premier Quim Torra has confirmed that he is infected with the coronavirus

Quim Torra'>Catalan President Quim Torra announced today he has tested positive and will continue to work in isolation from his official residence

🎙 Quim Torra (President of the Government of Catalonia) "We have made a difficult decision. We think that we have to advance to an evolution of the coronavirus and we have decided to confine all of Catalonia. I thank all citizens of Catalonia for their understanding." #COVID19 

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“We believe that we have to anticipate a very fast evolution of the disease in our country.” Catalan premier Quim Torra has announced measures aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus, calling on the central government to isolate the entire region

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and Catalan regional leader and separatist Quim Torra will meet in the former's official residence of the Moncloa.

Catalonia's regional leader Quim Torra says the region's path towards secession is ‘irreversible’

Parting of ways with #Spain  is ‘absolutely irreversible’ - regional leader Quim#Torra 

“The law is the condition, but dialogue is the path," said Spanish PM Pedro Sánchez after meeting with Catalan premier Quim Torra ahead of official talks on the future of the region.

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"The independence of Catalonia will come. It's something that nobody will stop." The president of the regional government of Catalonia, Quim Torra, on @TalktoAlJazeera 

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Catalonia president Quim Torra has called for talks with the Spanish government after a fifth consecutive night of violence

Catalonia president Quim Torra has called for talks with the Spanish government after a fifth consecutive night of violence

Catalonia president Quim Torra has called for talks with the Spanish government after a fifth consecutive night of violence

Carles Puigdemont () and Quim Torra (): "It is our belief that the right to self-determination in Catalonia needs to be recognized in order to find any political solution. And international mediation will certainly be needed." | Opinion

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The new Spanish government must show its commitment to resolving the Catalan issue through actions, not just words, says the region’s president Quim Torra

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