19th August 2019

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Catalan Trial: what happens next?

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The Catalan Trial lasted 52 sessions spanning four months, in which cross-examinations were heard from the 12 Catalan prosecuted leaders, 422 witnesses and various experts.
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Catalan Trial: Final Day 52 – defence summaries and defendants’ statements

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After 52 days of court sessions over 4 months (since 12 February) and 422 witness statements, the Catalan Trial has now concluded until verdicts are announced –
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Defence teams prepare for final week of Catalan Trial

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The trial at Spain’s Supreme Court against the 12 Catalan pro-independence leaders is expected to end this Wednesday, or Thursday at the latest, after four
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Catalan Trial: how might the defence try to refute the charges?

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Spain’s public prosecutor is requesting prison sentences totalling 177 years for the 12 Catalan pro-independence politicians and activists in the dock at the Supreme Court,
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Strasbourg rejects lawsuit against Catalan parliament suspension

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The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg has ruled that the Spanish Constitutional Court‘s suspension of the Catalan Parliament plenary session due to the place
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Miquel Iceta’s bid to lead Senate blocked

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The leader of the Catalan Socialists (PSC), Miquel Iceta, will not become the speaker of the Spanish Senate after the pro-independence parties in the Catalan
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Madrid to take ‘monarchy investigation committee’ to court

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The Spanish government is to take the Catalan parliament committee formed to investigate the monarchy to the Constitutional Court. The chamber, the seat of which is in Barcelona,
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The ‘Jordis’ can now appeal to EU Court of Human Rights

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Spain’s Constitutional Court has turned down appeals for release by two activist leaders currently on trial in the Supreme Court for their part in the 2017
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Mariano Rajoy set to testify in Catalan trial today

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Spain’s former prime minister Mariano Rajoy, in power when Catalonia’s executive tried to secede, will testify today in the trial of Catalan independence leaders in
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Catalan Trial: Day 7 summary

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Catalan activist Jordi Cuixart defended the ‘right to vote’ in the Supreme Court today, as the third week and seventh day of the trial of Catalan independence