>>young left-wing pro-independence youths vandalised cash machines,
shops and businesses<<
One political party wants to separate because they believe their culture
is worth preserving. Once they separate they will be super gung-ho for
international tourism. Come see our culture ... They'll need the
attention and foreign spending.
Somewhat hypocritical, and living in the past. The area enjoys a great
degree of self-government and anatomy. That's a win-win.
Of and interesting note Catholic Goans owe much to the Basque as both
Ignatius of Loyola and Francis Xavier, were Basques...If they did not
arrive there would be no Goa as we know it.
And just maybe Goans have inherited, for good or bad, some of the famous
--- FNoronha wrote Tourism, elsewhere ---
'Your holiday is our misery': Holidaymakers face disruption from
protests planned by Basque separatists