14th June 2024

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Spain’s opposition parties condemn amnesty plan, as protests against PSOE increase

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Spain’s right-wing and far-right opposition parties, as well as members of the country’s judiciary, have stepped up criticism of acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez’s plans
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Puigdemont keeps Sánchez waiting on investiture deal

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The bid by Spain’s acting socialist (PSOE) Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, to form a new government needs the backing of the former Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont, who
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PSOE preparing draft Catalan amnesty bill ahead of Sánchez investiture vote

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Spain’s acting Prime Minister, socialist (PSOE) Pedro Sánchez, and the Catalan president, Pere Aragonès of the pro-independence Esquerra Republicana (ERC) party, have agreed on the terms of a
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Yolanda Díaz ‘looks for democratic solutions via dialogue’ with Puigdemont in Brussels

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Spain’s acting deputy prime minister and labour minister, Yolanda Díaz, who is also the head of the left-wing Sumar group of parties, went to Brussels
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Spanish Congress backs move for inquiry into child abuse in Catholic Church

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The Spanish Congress agreed on Tuesday to consider opening an inquiry into child sex abuse within the Catholic Church. Up to now, there has never
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Strong reactions from politicians following arrest of nine activists

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The arrest of nine Catalan pro-independence activists being accused of ‘terrorism’ has provoked outrage among the parties in favour of a self-determination referendum. The Catalan president,
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As investiture debate continues, coalition still uncertain

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The main pro-independence party in the Spanish Congress, the Esquerra Republicana (ERC) party, extended its hand to Pedro Sánchez during the parliamentary debate to name him as