I don't know the most about it, though I did read up a while back as many contrasted it with similar efforts in Scotland. Some more merit than some other independence movements elsewhere but far less than others. I don't really know what the movement hopes to accomplish and where they might find themselves should it happen, though I guess that is par for the course for politics and if you are playing hardball you can't really show it all (you say our key allies are X,Y and Z, while you are still a theoretical movement X, Y and Z are approached by those you seek independence from and are made offers they can't refuse, your potential allies then distance themselves and it all falters). There are times where separatist movements make sense to me but in the richer parts of Europe it really doesn't. This stuff mentioned in the article. I know it is still well within living memory when that wanker Franco got kicked in the bollocks and the Spanish establishment thus does not have the most experience in the game of "how to country" but that is not how you quell rebellious outer provinces for the long term. That said if it is followed up by tax incentives for the youth from elsewhere (possibly masked as building something to have work for the people of the region) to move there it could work. "we" An interesting choice of word as it seemingly means you have taken a position. Going back to the "more merit" thing some have wondered how much support is really there for it and if it is not just a very vocal minority. At the same time casting your opponents as a vocal minority is a time tested tactic so I am a bit wary of that.