Celts in Spain

Causa Galiza, the pro-independence initiative of Galicia, has launched a challenge to the legal framework of the Spanish Constitution. Citing the undue limits imposed on Catalan national autonomy in northeastern Spain, the Galician nation of northwestern Spain has opted for self-determination under international law. As a Celtic people, the Galicians continue their own traditions, including maintenance of their own language and government.


~ by Jay Taber on October 5, 2010.

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