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Thousands of Catalans rally, feeling abandoned by the EU
Pro-independence Catalan supporters gather to begin a demonstration near the EU quarter in Brussels on Thursday , Dec. 7, 2017. Thousands of Pro-Catalan supporters rallied in Brussels on Thursday, two weeks before Spanish regional elections. (AP Photo - Virginia Mayo)
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December 07, 2017 7:21 AM EST

BRUSSELS (AP) — Tens of thousands of people from Catalonia are rallying in Brussels to complain about what they see as the European Union's failure to help them following a failed independence referendum in the Spanish region.

Brussels police said Thursday that around 45,000 people attended the rally, which comes just two weeks ahead of regional elections in Catalonia.

Singing and chanting slogans, the throng marched around the EU's main institutions, some draped in flags or carrying signs with "Shame on You" stamped over an EU flag.

Former Catalan leader, Carles Puigdemont, was due to address the rally. He and four former Catalan government cabinet members came to Brussels after the referendum fearing arrest.

Many Catalans are pro-European, yet feel let down by the bloc's failure to mediate their conflict with Madrid.

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