Spanish referendum results to be announced by the Occupation Authority's Electoral Commission
Ladies and gentlemen, good night. Now, we'll be going live to Madrid's Metropolitan building, seat of the Electoral Commission, to be briefed about the results of the referenda held today in Central and Eastern Spain.
Three men and two women enter the crowded room and take their seats at the table. they are the members of the Electoral Commission.
Spokeswoman Maria Sabadell speaks.
Good night and welcome to the Metropolitan today. before we announce the referenda's result, we'd like to thank every and each voter who came to vote today.
Now, we are going to announce the results.
In District I, the territory comprising Castille, Cantabria, Asturias, Leon, Andalusia, Murcia, Madrid and La Rioja, the option of remaining a part of Spain got the 89,58% of the votes, while the option to secede got 10,42% of the votes. On the second question, the republican option received 34,86% of the votes, while the monarchy option got 65,14% of the votes. Turnout was 82,20%.
In District II, comprising the territories of Catalunya, Valencia, Aragon and the Balearic Islands, the independentist option got 72,41% of the suffrage, while the unitary option received the 27.69% of the votes. The republican model of government received the 63,2% of the votes, while the monarchy system got 36,8% of the votes. Turnout has been 95,01%. When the results for Districts III and Iv are ready, they shall be announced. Thank you for your patience.
So this is it. It looks like there will be a new country in Europe?
Spanish referendum results for Portugal and Galicia to be announced by the Occupation Authority's Electoral Commission
Ladies and gentlemen, good night. Again we're broadcasting live from Madrid's Metropolitan Gran Via building, where the Electoral Commission is expected to announce the results of today's referendum at District IV, the territories of Galicia and Portugal.
Three men and two women enter the crowded room and take their seats at the table. They are the members of the Electoral Commission.
Spokeswoman Maria Sabadell speaks, as she did the day before.
Good night and welcome to the Metropolitan again. Now, we'll proceed to announce the results of the referendum in Portugal and Galicia.
The questions regarding the territories' sovereignty were different in Portugal and Galicia, so results will be announced sepparately. In Portugal, 83,74% of the suffrage was for the independence of Portugal while the other 16,26% was against independence. In Galicia, however, the unionist option wishing Galicia to remain part of Spain got 55,91% of the votes, with independence getting 44,09%. This way, Portugal and Galicia shall now form an independent and united nation-state.
In question number four, regarding the type of government for an independent Portugal, a constitutional monarchy under the House of Braganza option received 62,51% of the suffrage while the federal republic option got 37,49%.
According to this results, Portugal and Galicia shall now form a united country, the Kingdom of Portugal, independent from Spain, under the rule of King Duarte II of Braganza.
**We have again been witness to a historic moment in European history. After the deadliest war in modern history new nations are appearing in southern europe. Yesterday, Catalonia, Val?ncia, La franja and the Balearic Islands decided to become independent, under the name of ''the Federal Republic of Catalunya i Balears'' while Aragon chose to stay in Spain. And today, Portugal has gained it's independence under a monarchy.
Just after this announcement, the Occupation Authority for Portugal has announced the celebration of elections for the Portuguese parliament for January 2nd, with King Duarte's crowning taking place on January 15th, with that day being also the official day for Portugal's independence.
In a similar course of action, the Occupation Authority for the Catalan Countries has announced the celebration of elections for the Catalan parliament for January 4th, with independence officially being effective on January 15th, on the same day as Portugal. It is curious that, while Barcelona is the largest city in the territory and was until now the obvious option for the new country's capital, Palma, the third largest city and the capital of the Balearic Islands, has been agreed to become the capital of the independent catalan nation.**
Christmas speech by the Chancellor of the Grossdeutsches Reich
Ladies and gentlemen, good night. In a few moments, chancellor Robert Mainzer will be delivering his christmas speech to the nation live. It will be the third time the chancellor delivers a christmas speech since he started this 'tradition' back in 2008. And now the moment you've been waiting for. Ladies and gentlemen, the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of the Grossdeutsches Reich.
**Good night, citizens of the Grossdeutscher Federal Republic. This year has been a dramatic one, we've suffered the most terrible war in the continent, which has left a dead toll of over ten million innocent persons, a war that triggered the fall of Spain's dictatorial government led by General Joaquin Villar. A war that has ultimately led to the dissolution of the Spanish nation as we know it and the creation of three new countries: the Kingdom of Portugal, the Kingdom of Spain and the Federal Republic of Catalunya i Balears. We've also had to mourn the death of 76 law enforcers in the massacre at Spencer's manor in Luxembourg, 76 deaths that won't be forgotten and for which Spencer shall be punished.
However, this year has also been a year of good news. Grossdeutscher socialist Christiane Vooleeck has been elected Prime Commissioner of the EU, being reelected this August, thus becoming the first reelected PC. This summer, we also managed to put three men on the moon, initiating this way what we hope will be the continued presence of humans on the satellite's surface in advance for it's colonisation.
This year we have seen war, disease, death, economic crisis... But we've also seen technological advance, justice, democracy, peace, freedom, recovery. And next year will be better. We will be working on for a better future for our citizens, for prosperity and advance. Thank you and have a merry christmas and a happy new year.**
Havnwasser Agreement referendum result announcement
Ladies and gentlemen, good morning. We're broadcasting live from the Berlin Trade Fair grounds, headquarters of the official vote counting process. As we speak, Milan Novojni, spokesman for the Electoral Authority, is going to the scene in order to deliver the final referendum results.
Good morning everybody. After a 12 hour long vote counting process we finally have the results of the referendum vote which I will be announcing right now. Out of a total 276.805.927 electors, 230.994.546 votes were delivered, that being an 83,45% participation. Out of those votes, 1.247.370 were blank, that being the 0,5% of the vote. 692.983 null votes were issued, it being the 0,3%. Thus, the number of votes for either option was 229.054.193.
And the definitive result is 111.228.716 votes FOR the Havnwasser Agreement, and 117.825.477 votes AGAINST the Havnwasser Agreement. That means we have a 48,56% of votes FOR and a 51,44% of votes AGAINST. Therefore the agreement has been REJECTED. Thank you for your time and good morning.