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Spain plays cat and mouse as Catalan vote looms These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption Madrid and Catalonia are on a collision course over independence The Spanish government is intent on defeating Catalonia's plans to hold an independence referendum, but it wants to avoid heavy-handed methods. The 1 October ballot has been suspended by the constitutional court in Madrid while judges consider its legality. While ruling out the use of the military and imposing direct rule from Madrid over the autonomous region (possible under the constitution), Spain's government is doing all it can behind the scenes to prevent the ballot boxes from being put out for Catalans to vote. While the Civil Guard police force searches printworks for the ballot papers, the Catalan government has said it has 6,000 ballot boxes secretly stashed away - despite Spanish courts having banned the purchase of electoral equipment. What could Barcelona attacks mean for Catalan independence? On Wednesday night a judge in Barcelona gave the police authorisation to shut down the ชุดเครื่องนอน lotus website, created by the government to encourage people to vote on 1 October. The response from Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont was to immediately post the link to a mirror site on his Twitter feed, and activists were encouraged to copy the code of the original site and mushroom the webpage. Image caption The Guardia Civil searched El Vallenc newspaper offices for suspected banned ballot papers Spain's attorney general has asked prosecutors in Catalonia to interrogate all mayors whose name is the on the list of more than 700 who have signed up to participate in the referendum. Those mayors who respond voluntarily to the summons should be arrested, the government-appointed attorney general said.