20th April 2019

Catalan Trial

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Oriol Junqueras holds press conference from prison

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The leader of the Esquerra Republicana (ERC) party, Oriol Junqueras, has held a press conference from prison for the first time since his imprisonment in
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Jordi Sànchez: ‘Nothing we’ve seen in our trial justifies prison’

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The main candidate in the forthcoming elections for the pro-independence Junts per Catalunya (JxCat) candidacy, Jordi Sànchez, one of the defendants in the on-going Catalan trial, has
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Catalan Trial: Day 32 summary

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On day 32 of the Catalan trial at the Supreme Court in Madrid, more Spanish National Police officers began testifying from 10am. Catalan Trial: click
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Catalan Trial: Day 31 summary

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A senior official from the Guardia Civil police was the first witness to take the stand in Spain’s Supreme Court on Monday morning, as week 10 and
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Catalan Trial: Day 29 summary

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Spanish law enforcement officers from the National Police testified on the 29th day of the Catalan Trial – and, as their colleagues had done the
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Catalan Trial: Day 28 summary

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Some 30 officers from the Spanish National Police are due to testify as witnesses in week 9 of the trial of Catalan independence leaders in
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Catalan Trial: Day 27 summary

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Juan Carlos Molinero, the second-in-command of the Catalan police (the Mossos d’Esquadra) during the 2017 independence referendum, began his testimony in Spain’s Supreme Court on
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Catalan Trial: Day 26 summary

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Former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont pledged to declare independence if the 2017 independence referendum led to ‘incidents’, according to Ferran López, the then second-in-command of