The activist and founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, has offered a “reward” of 20,000 euros to those who reveal the police device of the referendum on October 1 in Catalonia, after the government classified it as a state secret. “The Government of Rajoy has declared the cost and the details of its violent attack on Catalan voters a ‘state secret.’ We are going there, I am issuing a reward of 20,000 euros (divisible) for most of the suppressed information,” he said. a Twitter message collected by Europa Press.

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