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Catalan Trial

'If self-determination is a crime, I declare myself guilty,' former CUP MP tells court

25 April 2019 02:54 PM

Witnesses defend ‘plurality’ of Diplocat in Catalan trial

Diplomacy body under scrutiny for alleged use of public funds to promote independence bid abroad

Albert Batlle says he felt 'uncomfortable' before leaving post

24 April 2019 06:56 PM

Former Catalan police official felt 'uncomfortable' about approaching referendum

Ex-director general who resigned before the vote assures Supreme Court that Mossos d'Esquadra always complied with the law

Former Catalan minister Jordi Jané testifying as witness in the Catalan trial on April 23, 2019

23 April 2019 07:09 PM

Former ministers say Catalan government aimed for agreed referendum

Officials who left posts before 2017 vote tell Supreme Court their decision was unrelated, while vice president chooses not to give testimony

Predecessor of jailed former interior minister Forn testifies as witness in court

23 April 2019 11:30 AM

Catalan vice president among political figures due to testify in Supreme Court

Week 11 of trial of independence leaders begins on Tuesday with focus on events surrounding Spanish police raids on September 20, 2017

JxCat number 2 in the Spanish general election, Laura Borràs, with a picture of Jordi Sànchez, the party's number 1 (by Bernat Vilaró)

17 April 2019 11:18 PM

JxCat candidate in the Spanish election to give press conference from prison

Jordi Sànchez will respond to journalists’ questions via videolink on Sunday

Catalan Trial Day 33 - Riot officer hails operation as 'exemplary,' while international observers criticize court president's attitude

Catalan Trial Day 33 - Riot officer hails operation as 'exemplary,' while international observers criticize court president's attitude

Day 33 of the Catalan Trial say police officer alleges injuries sustained from voters, and a riot officer claims referendum operations were 'exemplary'

'Unacceptable from a human rights perspective,' say international observers about trial

'Unacceptable from a human rights perspective,' say international observers about trial

"The way the president is chairing this court and the attitude towards the defense, that seems unacceptable from a human rights perspective," says Daniel Turp, a professor from the Université de Montreal attending the Catalan trial hearings.

Stéfanie Tougas, the secretary...

'Unacceptable from a human rights perspective,' say international observers about trial

17 April 2019 06:08 PM

International observers from Quebec raise concerns over Catalan trial

Members of Canada's Research Institute on Self-Determination of Peoples say Supreme Court might be infringing defendants' rights
Defendants in the Catalan trial and their lawyers

17 April 2019 05:06 PM

Follow live the Catalan trial

Spanish police officers testify on day 33 of proceedings regarding 2017 referendum

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