33 Spanish police officers to testify in week 9 of Catalan trial
Mossos d'Esquadra regional head and five local Badalona officers also to give testimony in Supreme Court
Some 30 officers from Spain's National police are due to testify in week 9 of the trial of Catalan independence leaders in the Supreme Court.
However on Tuesday, first to declare will be 11 Guardia Civil officers involved in a number of operations around Catalonia, but whose testimony was held over from last week's sessions.
Following them will be officers from Spain's National police, including those in charge of drawing up reports on police operations in Barcelona and other cities, such as L'Hospitalet de Llobregat and Sabadell.
The first of 33 Spanish National police officers is due to appear in court on Tuesday morning, with the the rest giving testimony also on Tuesday, as well as on Wednesday and Thursday.
Some Catalan officers are also due to testify this week, including the head of a regional unit of the Mossos d'Esquadra, Jordi Rodon, who is due to declare on Wednesday morning.
He will be followed on the stand by six other members of the Catalan police, as well as five local police officers from the city of Badalona.