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Catalan government spokesperson announces president's decision to keep ribbons up on headquarters

Catalan government spokesperson announces president's decision to keep ribbons up on headquarters

Catalan president Quim Torra and his cabinet have decided to defy an ultimatum from the Spanish Electoral Authority and maintain the pro-independence yellow ribbons on government buildings.

'Public buildings belong to everyone,' say Socialists over yellow ribbon controversy

'Public buildings belong to everyone,' say Socialists over yellow ribbon controversy

Catalan president Quim Torra and his cabinet have decided to defy an ultimatum from the Spanish Electoral Authority and maintain the pro-independence yellow ribbons on government buildings

Spanish police agent says that Jordi Sànchez 'wouldn't allow any raid vehicle to enter'

Spanish police agent says that Jordi Sànchez 'wouldn't allow any raid vehicle to enter'

The independence trial will begin its sixth week on Tuesday, with 24 Spanish Guardia Civil police officers summoned as witnesses through Thursday.

Morning sessions of day 18 of the Catalan Trial

Morning sessions of day 18 of the Catalan Trial

The former deputy secretary in Spain's finance ministry, Felipe Martínez testified earlier this morning, and he was unable to confirm if public money was spent on the referendum. Later, Guardia Civil officers took to the dock, and one told the court of how he found documents titled "Scenario...

New 24-hour deadline to remove yellow ribbons runs out Tuesday evening

New 24-hour deadline to remove yellow ribbons runs out Tuesday evening

Catalan president Quim Torra and his cabinet have decided to defy an ultimatum from the Spanish Electoral Authority and maintain the pro-independence yellow ribbons on government buildings.

CUP politician defends rejecting Vox questions as 'objection of conscience'

CUP politician defends rejecting Vox questions as 'objection of conscience'

Two pro-independence politicians vowed to stay the course “regardless of consequences” and despite threats of criminal charges, referring to their previous refusal to answer questions from lawyers of the far-right Vox party during the Catalan trial.

Finance official unable to confirm if public money was used for referendum

Finance official unable to confirm if public money was used for referendum

Although Spain's finance ministry "put all the elements in place" to ensure public money was not used for the 2017 referendum, a high-ranking treasury official during the political crisis told the Supreme Court on Tuesday that he could not confirm "what actually happened."

Spain's former finance minister's deputy and some Spanish Guardia Civil police officers are due to testify in today's Catalan Trial

Spain's former finance minister's deputy and some Spanish Guardia Civil police officers are due to testify in today's Catalan Trial

The former deputy to Spain's ex-finance minister, Felipe Martínez, and some Spanish Guardia Civil police officers, are due to testify today in Day 18 of the Catalan Trial.
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