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Bid to solve independence dispute through dialogue seen as a "step backward"
First session in Barcelona, preceded by presidents' meeting, without junior Catalan government coalition partner
President Aragonès has only confirmed presence of members of his party for now for first meeting after JxCat proposes politicians not in cabinet
Business sector calls on Catalonia and Spain to not "lose investment" worth €1.7bn
Madrid pledges dialogue ‘within the law’, but some pro-independence parties are wary of taking a seat at the negotiating table
Right-wing parties appeal against pardons, political dialogue, leaders barred from running in elections and European human rights court ruling regardless, among future scenarios
Date comes just two hours after the release of nine independence leaders
Independence campaigners say "repression of 3,000 people continues" while unionists say move is a concession of Socialists to stay in power
Pere Aragonès and Felipe attend economic forum in Barcelona