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Catalan Trial

Spain's acting president says government will guarantee 'respect to democratic legality'

14 October 2019 03:02 PM

Spain's acting president: 'Complying with the verdict implies following the ruling completely'

Pedro Sánchez calls for a "new era" and says that "coexistence needs to be restored in Catalonia"
The football club has experessed its condemnation of the verdict (by Reuters)

14 October 2019 02:03 PM

“Prison is not the solution:” civil society entities react to sentence

FC Barcelona, NGO founder Òscar Camps and trade unions are among those to lambast the ruling

President calls verdict 'act of vengeance and not justice'

14 October 2019 12:47 PM

President calls verdict 'act of vengeance and not justice'

Quim Torra announces extraordinary cabinet meeting, speech in parliament, and letter to Spain's president and king

The leaders remain optimistic depsite length prison sentences (by Pool EFE)

14 October 2019 11:20 AM

'Injustice has been served': Convicted Catalan leaders react to prison sentences

With jail terms ranging from 9 to 13 years, former officials and activists convicted over the 2017 referendum urge supporters to "keep going"
Jailed Catalan leaders in Supreme Court on February 12, 2019 (EFE Pool)

14 October 2019 11:03 AM

Independence referendum trial verdict: Who faces what?

Spain's Supreme Court announces verdict for political leaders and activists behind 2017 independence bid

Protests break out in response to Catalan Trial's guilty verdict

14 October 2019 10:18 AM

On the spot protests kick off in Catalonia after jailed leaders' verdict

Barcelona's key avenues cut off and spontaneous marches start as heavy police presence guards country's main infrastructure points

Catalan Trial verdict ready

13 October 2019 11:47 AM

2017 referendum trial verdict imminent: how we got here

Push for independence has been growing since 2010, with a high-stakes 2017 involving Catalan institutions, civil society, and Spain's government, police and judiciary
Manuel Marchena is the presiding judge at Madrid's Supreme Court

12 October 2019 07:20 PM

Supreme Court judge Marchena laments press leaks in Catalan independence case

Marchena confirms verdict will be announced either Monday or Tuesday
Twelve Catalan politicians and activists face trial in Spain's Supreme Court for their role in the 2017 independence bid (by EFE)

12 October 2019 09:56 AM

Catalan trial: the accused and the accusations

With the verdict looming, here's a guide with the defendants, the proposed charges, and the sentences

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