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Catalan Trial

Public prosecutor blames former Catalan government of Spain's police violence during referendum

13 February 2019 01:21 PM

Independence trial continues with prosecutors' preliminary statements

Judge expected to decide on general questions before defendants speak on Wednesday or in coming days

International observers Fabio Marcelli and Javier Pérez Royo give their opinion on the trial

13 February 2019 12:50 PM

Solution to Spanish-Catalan relations ‘can’t be found through a criminal trial,’ says international observer

The Supreme Court did not allow observers but some gained entrance as members of the public
MP Carles Riera and other activists sat in front of the prosecution office in Barcelona (by Elisenda Rosanas, ACN)

12 February 2019 07:30 PM

Start of independence trial sparks protests around Catalonia

Officials, public workers, activists, unions, professionals, students and senior citizens condemn prosecution of political leaders in Spain's Supreme Court
European Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen (photo by: Natàlia Segura)

12 February 2019 07:21 PM

European Commission 'fully trusts' Spain's legal system over trial

Vice president Katainen says case "is not a political question"

Journalists from around the world following trial in Madrid

12 February 2019 06:27 PM

A government in the dock

Daily trips back and forth from prison, nervous relatives in attendance, scores of journalists were – these were some of the scenes from the first day of the trial

12 February 2019 06:15 PM

Referendum leaders' lawyers denounce 'violation of right to defense' in court

Defenses request "nullity" of proceedings on first day of trial

“Why it the EU more concerned with what's happening in Venezuela than about what's happening in Madrid,” says former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont

12 February 2019 05:00 PM

Catalan trial ‘proof that European democracy needs to be improved,’ says Puigdemont

Exiled former president asks "why is the EU more concerned about what’s going on in Venezuela than what’s happening in Madrid?"

MEP Mark Demesmaeker denies seeing “violence” at referendum

12 February 2019 02:16 PM

A group of MEPs on Catalonia: 'We reject the false narrative behind the accusations, it's a political trial'

The EU-Catalonia Dialogue Platform will be "following closely" the case in the Supreme Court

Far-right Vox official Iván Espinosa speaks about the trial

12 February 2019 11:26 AM

Pro-independence 'coup d'état is alive,' says far-right Vox

People's Party accuses pro-independence movement of acts of "pressure, coercion and violence" against the Supreme Court judges

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