The future of Spain and Catalonia could be decided Thursday, as voters in the Spanish region head to the polls to choose new lawmakers for the regional parliament. The election was called by the Spanish government after it seized control of the Catalan administration, following the disputed independence referendum in October. Since then several independence leaders have been jailed or are in exile. As Henry Ridgwell reports from Barcelona, the heated debate appears to have brought voters out in big numbers.

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