23rd May 2024

Oriol Junqueras

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Controversial Amnesty Law passed in Congress, will now proceed to Senate

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Spanish MPs on Thursday approved a controversial amnesty law for Catalan pro-independence figures with their figurehead Carles Puigdemont already mulling his return after years of self-imposed exile
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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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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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With Sánchez and Feijóo both claiming victory in the election … what happens next?

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Report updated to include votes from Spaniards living abroad. Spain faces weeks, if not months, of a political gridlock following the general election held on
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Outcome of 23 July election could raise Catalan independence tensions again

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Spain’s right wing, in power under former pemier Mariano Rajoy during Catalonia’s failed 2017 independence bid, is trying to regain ground in the vote-rich region
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Supreme Court maintains misuse of funds & disobedience charges against Puigdemont

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Spain’s Supreme Court has upheld its decision to indict former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont for the crimes of misuse of public funds and disobedience. The
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Supreme Court maintains public office ban for 4 Catalan pro-independence leaders

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Four Catalan pro-independence leaders will remain banned from holding public office, Spain’s Supreme Court said on Monday, despite a legal reform pushed through by Spain’s
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Spain-France summit in Barcelona met with protests for Catalan independence

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Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez met with French President Emmanuel Macron in Barcelona on Thursday, in a Spain-France summit designed to strengthen relations between the
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Spanish MPs vote to reform penal code amid constitutional controversy

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Spanish MPs voted on Thursday in favour of a controversial criminal code reform that changes the crime of sedition to ‘aggravated public disorder’, in a move