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Some citizens blocking N-340 road in Southern Catalonia

06 November 2017 12:41 PM

More roads blocked in Catalonia to protest imprisonment of officials

Train delays at peak hours begin a week of actions
The Spanish Attorney General José Manuel Maza reading the statement of charges against leaders in the Catalan government on October 30 (by ACN)

30 October 2017 12:59 PM

Catalan government and Parliament bureau accused of rebellion

Sedition, misuse of public funds, and others are the accusations by Spain’s Attorney General for declaration of independence 

Rajoy dismisses full Catalan cabinet and calls elections for December 21

27 October 2017 09:12 PM

Rajoy dismisses full Catalan cabinet and calls elections for December 21

The Spanish president says he will close all Catalan delegations abroad except in Brussels
PSC's leader, Miquel Iceta, during PSOE's federal committee (by ACN)

23 October 2017 07:54 PM

Catalan socialists court division over Article 155

Local PSC officials openly reject plan to suspend Catalonia’s self rule, while leadership denies party split

Mariano Rajoy entering the Spanish Congress this Wednesday (by Tània Tapia)

18 October 2017 01:39 PM

Spanish govt to halt suspension of Catalan self-rule if snap elections are called

President Rajoy warns he will take measures "that it would undoubtedly be better not to ever take" unless Puigdemont makes it clear independence was not declared

Jean Claude Juncker (by Laura Pous)

17 October 2017 01:37 PM

European Commission says imprisonment of pro-independence leaders is “an internal matter of Spain”

Spokesman Alexander Winterstein refuses to comment on the arrest or "its implications"
Former president Artur Mas (right) and former minister Francesc Homs (by Javier Barbancho)

16 October 2017 03:48 PM

Former Catalan president pays €2.2m for organizing non-binding vote in 2014

Artur Mas asks Court of Auditors for more time to pay the full €5.2 million fine
Slovenian prime minister Miro Cerar (by Reuters)

13 October 2017 05:36 PM

Slovenian parliament rejects police violence on October 1

Two commissions debate Catalan independence referendum and pass motion supporting universal right to self-determination

Thousands march in support of referendum vote

02 October 2017 09:29 PM

Thousands march in support of referendum vote

The student-organized rally also stood in condemnation of violent police actions on Sunday
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