According to Radio Serre, despite being obstructed by Barcelona, a vote of no confidence against Bartomeu is under preparation. Not long ago, Barcelona claimed that some of the more than 20,000 supporting signatures provided by the initiators were forged and reported to the police, but this did not prevent the referendum from being held.
The 19,532 signatures verified by La Mesa were challenged by Barcelona, stating that a large number of them were part of the 2,800 fake signatures involved in the 2017 case of reselling fake tickets.
La Mesa, the organization responsible for initiating the referendum, believes that Barcelona's request to allow the police to intervene in the investigation is unreasonable and may violate the data protection law, so this Tuesday it wrote to the relevant person in charge of Barcelona. Radio Salle disclosed the contents of the letter. In the letter, La Mesa asked Barcelona to consult the government on this situation and then announce whether it could deliver the documents of more than 20,000 members to the police.
负责发起全民公决的组织La Mesa认为，巴塞罗那允许警察介入调查的要求是不合理的，并且可能违反了数据保护法，因此本周二，它致函巴塞罗那相关负责人。 Salle电台透露了这封信的内容。拉梅萨在信中要求巴塞罗那就这种情况咨询政府，然后宣布是否可以将超过2万名成员的证件交给警察。
In any case, the referendum process continues until the judicial department orders otherwise, and Barcelona must announce the voting date this week. The promoters advocated to be held on the weekend of October 24th and 25th, but all indications indicate that the most likely dates are October 31st and November 1st because Barcelona wants to delay as much as possible.