4th July 2020
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Catalan Trial – week 4 starts

Week 4 and the 10th day of the Catalan independence trial has started with the testimonies of some former high-ranking Spanish officials expected.

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The first to take the stand was José Antonio Nieto, the secretary of state for security during the peak of the independence bid.

José Antonio Nieto
José Antonio Nieto testifying in the Supreme Court on 4 March 2019.

Later in the morning, the former official in charge of the Catalan home affairs department during the period of direct rule, Juan Antonio Puigserver, will also give testimony, as will the Spanish government delegate in Catalonia during the referendum, Enric Millo.

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The current Catalan parliament speaker, Roger Torrent, will also give testimony on Monday morning.

A full summary will be posted at the end of the day’s proceedings.

Catalan Trial: click here full details of those accused, the charges, and the accusers.

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