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Should the European Union intervene in the political conflict in Catalonia?
The European Union should intervene in the political conflict in Catalonia.
Catalonia's autonomy must be protected to avoid similar repression by any member state government.
The European Union has a responsibility to promote cooperation and dispute resolution.
Catalonia is a key contributor to the European economy. Europe must act to avoid instability in the region.
The EU must support democratic principles.
The European Union must defend citizens and not member state governments.
The EU's non-interventionist stance could fuel further Euroscepticism across Europe.
The Catalan people deserve to be heard and acknowledged.
It is against EU's interest to promote separatism.
Catalans (and the rest of Spain) are pro EU already, so it seems Catalans are happy with the current support the EU gives.
The EU lacks the means and legal authority to intervene in such matters.
The European Union is not an impartial third-party.
A political intervention by the EU would be viewed as an imposition against the sovereignty of a member state.
The EU is too preoccupied by the Brexit talks to devote valuable attention to any form of mediation.
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