Catalan pro-independence supporters gather to protest against the Spanish Constitutional Court in front of the Generalitat de Catalunya in Barcelona September 30, 2014. Catalonia's regional government said on Tuesday it would temporarily suspend formal campaigning for a referendum on independence from Spain, after Madrid filed a legal appeal to stop the vote taking place. Madrid argues that the vote, called by Catalan leader Artur Mas for November 9, would breach Spain's rule of law because it would be held in Catalonia alone, rather than in the whole of Spain. It filed an appeal on Monday with the Constitutional Court to stop it going ahead, which Catalan officials now want to try and overturn. (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
La plaza Sant Jaume de Barcelona, donde se encuentra la sede de la Generalitat, se ha visto desbordada. Los manifestantes han gritado "Queremos votar".