28th February 2024

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PP tries to backtrack on whether Feijóo had been willing to pardon Puigdemont

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Spain’s main opposition party, the right-wing People’s Party (PP), has denied that any conversations with the Catalan pro-independence party Junts per Catalunya (JxCat) took place regarding a
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‘Junts per Catalunya’ vote against amnesty bill on grounds it doesn’t go far enough

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The Spanish Congress on Tuesday rejected a controversial amnesty law after the Catalan pro-independence party, Junts per Catalunya (JxCat), who had demanded it, finally voted
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Spanish government tweaks terrorism clauses in draft amnesty law

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Spain’s ruling PSOE socialists and Catalan pro-independence parties reached a deal on Tuesday to amend a planned amnesty law that was pledged by Prime Minister Pedro
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Spying dossier on Catalan president Pere Aragonès to be ‘partially declassified’

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The Spanish cabinet has approved the ‘partial declassification’ of surveillance documentation concerning Catalan president Pere Aragonès [pictured with Spanish PM Pedro Sánchez], during 2020 when
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Fragility of Spain’s new coalition government exposed in first key vote

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Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez on Wednesday suffered a setback in the first key parliamentary vote of the new legislature, exposing the fragility of his
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Controversial Catalan amnesty bill passes first hurdle in Spanish Congress

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A controversial amnesty bill for Catalan pro-independence figures passed its first hurdle in the Spanish Congress on Tuesday, following a fierce debate. A total of 178
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Pedro Sánchez re-elected as Spanish Prime Minister

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Pedro Sánchez has been re-elected as Spanish Prime Minister of Spain, ending four months of political deadlock in the country. It comes after a controversial amnesty
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Sánchez defends Catalan amnesty deal ahead of vote to form new government

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Spain’s acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez defended his controversial amnesty deal for Catalonia’s pro-independence politicians and activists in the Spanish Congress on Wednesday, as part
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Amnesty bill registered in Spanish Congress – full details

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The PSOE socialist party – led by acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez and who is set to officially secure a new term in office after a
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Feijóo vows to continue protests against amnesty ‘until there are new elections’

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Hundreds of thousands of people attended rallies on Sunday across Spain called by the right-wing People’s Party (PP) to protest the amnesty deal struck by