23rd June 2021

Alejandro Fernández

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Pro-independence bloc grows majority in Catalonia, despite Socialist narrow win

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Catalan pro-independence groups have secured over 50% of the votes for the first time in the Catalan elections held on Sunday 14 February – despite the
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Pro-independence groups sign a pact to not govern with Catalan Socialists (PSC)

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All the Catalan pro-independence groups participating in the elections to be held in Catalonia this Sunday 14 February have signed an agreement to not form a government with the Catalan
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Catalan election campaigns underway – as jailed leaders seek amnesty

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Campaigning is now well underway for the elections in Catalonia due to be held on 14 February, after the date was finally confirmed by Spain’s High Court in
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Health minister to head socialist party in Catalan elections – and Cs party MP moves to PP

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Spain’s current health minister Salvador Illa will become the socialist PSOE party’s presidential candidate in the elections to be held in Catalonia on 14 February. It comes
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Sánchez hopes ‘La Diada’ will be celebration of all Catalans, ‘not only some of them’

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Spain’s acting Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, has said that the Catalan pro-independence camp has seized the Catalan National Day (La Diada). Referring to the celebration
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Albert Rivera to Quim Torra: ‘either accept verdict or end up like them’

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Albert Rivera, the head of the Ciudadanos (Cs) party in Spain, addressed Catalan president Quim Torra in a Tweet on Thursday, by saying: ‘In a
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Opposition calls for 155, Torra a ‘public danger’

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The two main opposition parties in Spain, the People’s Party (PP) and Ciudadanos (Cs), insist Catalonia must be stripped of its self-government again. Both parties
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Spain’s chosen judiciary head backs out

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Manuel Marchena, the judge chosen to preside over the Spanish judiciary following an agreement between the ruling Socialists (PSOE) and People’s Party (PP), has decided