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CATALAN voters have come out in record numbers - and exposed for a second time their deep divide over independence.The December 21 poll comes after the Spanish government refused to recognise the region's call for autonomy - but has triggered further unknowns on what will come next.On our way to achieve so, we encourage all our WG members to participate on the first meeting of the ESC Council of Basic Cardiovascular Sciences (CBCS), of which our WG is a founding member, in Berlin, July 2010 .In the same line of our commitment to the “Frontiers in Cardiovascular Sciences meeting” in Berlin 2010, our WG will not gather together that year but we look forward to do so in Prague 2011.Conclusion: In summary, to my understanding, our WG scientific meeting in Málaga was a great sucess, where we enjoyed the quality of science together with a relaxing and sunny atmosphere in Southern Spain.As not everything was excellent, probably one of the drawback of enjoying Southern Spain was the abundancy (and probably the quality too) of food, both at lunch and dinner!!The meeting was highly successful from the scientific point of view.We managed to have a three day gathering, convering major topics on cardiovascular development and anatomy and pathology.
The introductory day was heralded with a superb keynote lecture by Jose Luis Gomez-Skarmeta (Seville), who allow us to understand a bit more in-depth the complexity of genome regulation and their current functional genomics approaches to unravel so." Despite the government crackdown, 42 per cent of the electorate in the region came out to vote - and 90 per cent of voters backed independence.Following the "illegal" referendum, the region declared they were separating from Spain as an independence motion was passed in the 135-strong assembly by 60 votes on October 27.The region represents a fifth of Spain's GDP and there is anger that the population pay more taxes to central government than are returned to the area.Catalonia's separatist leaders opened the region's polling stations on October 1 for what the national government had branded an "illegal" independence vote.