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Catalan Trial

Supreme Court judge and defense lawyer clash over testimony

14 May 2019 12:35 PM

Defense lawyer accuses Supreme Court judge of 'violating fundamental rights'

Cuixart's representative condemned the judge's alleged inconsistency

Jordi Sànchez 'was completely convinced' to call off the September 20th demonstration says former CUP MP

13 May 2019 05:02 PM

Catalan government officials deny misuse of public funds on Day 43 of Catalan Trial

Former CUP MP also testifies that Jordi Sànchez was determined to call off September 20 protest

Catalan Trial day 41 - Jailed leaders request freedom to take seat in Congress

Catalan Trial day 41 - Jailed leaders request freedom to take seat in Congress

Jailed Catalan leaders elected in the recent Spanish election are requesting their freedom to assume office, while more Catalan voters testified about what they experienced on referendum day, in day 41 of the Catalan Trial.

Catalan referendum voter says Spanish police grabbed him by the testicles to throw him to the ground

07 May 2019 02:27 PM

‘They grabbed me by the testicles and threw me to the ground’ - Catalan Trial day 40

Referendum voters speak of their experiences in the Catalan Trial
The Spanish flag flies above the Supreme Court in central Madrid

06 May 2019 10:31 AM

Catalan trial week 13: Public servants and dozens of voters to give testimony

Ex-Barcelona mayor, Catalan police and trade union boss among 50-plus witnesses expected to appear this week

Health service head on referendum day: same criteria as usual to count injured

30 April 2019 11:09 AM

Spanish police 'beat people' and 'pulled them by the hair,' say referendum voters

In day 38 of Catalan trial, people at polling places for 2017 independence vote report "very violent conduct" from officers

'Romeva has always acted peacefully and defended dialogue' says Slovenian MEP Ivo Vajgl

29 April 2019 12:35 PM

MEPs hail accused Romeva as ‘defender of human rights’

Catalan leaders pushed for agreed referendum solution according to testifying MEPs

'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

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