22nd November 2019

Catalan Government

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Pedro Sánchez and Pablo Iglesias reach pre-agreement for coalition government

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Acting Spanish prime minister Pedro Sánchez (PSOE) and Pablo Iglesias, leader of Podemos, have reached a pre-agreement to form a coalition government in Spain, following
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The far-right and Catalonia mark the end of the election campaign

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Spanish political parties concluded a short but intensive campaign on Friday in preparation for the country’s general election on Sunday 10 November – the fourth
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No Catalan independence ‘offline or online’, warns Pedro Sánchez

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There will be no Catalan independence ‘offline or online,’ acting Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, warned on Thursday, ahead of a cabinet meeting to pass
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Catalan independence parties call to ‘reiterate’ self-determination resolution

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Quim Torra, the Catalan president, has insisted on calling Spain’s acting prime minister Pedro Sánchez to engage in ‘unconditional dialogue and propose political solutions’ in a statement
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Governments exchange criticism after week’s protests leave 579 injured

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The Catalan and Spanish governments are caught in a battle of words, after the week’s protests across Catalonia left 579 injured. The Catalan government has
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Madrid says protests ‘affecting Catalonia’s international reputation’

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Fernando Grande-Marlaska, the Spanish interior minister, has said that the recent protests in Barcelona and other Catalan cities and towns are ‘affecting Catalonia’s international reputation’. He
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Cs and PP party leaders demand firmer action in Catalonia

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After clashes between Catalan pro-independence protestors with police forces following the Supreme Court verdict sentencing nine Catalan leaders to up to 13 years in prison, Spain’s
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Catalonia prepares for trial verdict, expected early next week

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The verdict in the trial of the 2017 Catalan referendum leaders is about to be announced – with some reports claiming it will be out