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40 years after it was passed, most Catalans would vote against the text
Human Rights NGO calls year-long detention "unjustifiable"
Human rights group believes “impunity starting to break” as law enforcement officials begin testifying before judge over 2017 independence vote
Inquiry included officials and businesses that allegedly contributed to organizing the October 1 referendum
Jordi Sànchez and Jordi Cuixart were the first of nine Catalan leaders to be sent to prison by Spanish courts
Minister rejects changing measure and contradicts colleague’s previous announcement made to foster “stability and trust”
Senior Mossos d’Esquadra officers summoned to appear in local court in December
Carmen Calvo claims "there is no possibility" to hold an independence vote either in Spain or in other "comparable democracies"