Catalonia's disputed president enters the government building
It's being reported Carles Puigdemont entered the building in Barcelona this morning
The president was sacked and the parliament dissolved after MPs in the region voted to declare independence on Friday.
Spain's imposed direct control on Catalonia, and this week will be test of how the government will now function there.
Local journalist Justin Calderon says Mr Puigdemont is playing with fire.
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