Communiqué on the false dialogue between the Spanish and Catalan governments

The Assembly denounces that the pretended dialogue that the Catalan government exhibits is only a pantomime to get the home rule crumbs that the Spanish government of Prime Minister Pedro …

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The Catalan Assembly presents the route for the 11th September — Catalonia’s National Day, the Diada

This year’s mobilisation will once again be centralised in Barcelona: it will start in Avinguda del Paral·lel and end in Avinguda Marquès d’Argentera, opposite the Estació de França station, where …

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The National

Catalan and Basque independence activists light up Pyrenees in democracy demo

PRO-INDEPENDENCE activists have created an “immense line of light” crossing the European continent to demonstrate for people’s right to decide.

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Vilaweb

European Court of Human Rights finds Spain guilty of leaking ID photos of Catalan judges

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has found Spain guilty of breaching some Catalan pro-referendum judges’ right to privacy when, in March 2014, Spanish newspaper ‘La Razón’ published their ID pictures …

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Catalan News

Head of intelligence: court approved espionage of Catalan president and Puigdemont’s allies

The head of Spain’s intelligence agency (CNI), Paz Esteban, has admitted having spied on 18 out of the over 60 Catalan pro-independence figures that have been accredited as victims of the so-called …

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Amnesty International

Spain: EU must act to end spyware abuse after prominent Catalans targeted with Pegasus

European Union institutions are failing to end the rampant human rights violations committed with spyware, Amnesty International said today, after the organization independently confirmed new attacks using Pegasus spyware against …

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The New Yorker

How Democracies Spy on Their Citizens

The parliament of Catalonia, the autonomous region in Spain, sits on the edge of Barcelona’s Old City, in the remains of a fortified citadel constructed by King Philip V to …

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ElNacional.cat

Severe critique for judge Marchena’s sentencing of the Catalan leaders’ trial

A major legal reversal. That is the upshot of the latest dissenting opinion from Spanish Constitutional Court judge Ramón Sáez Valcárcel, in which he openly criticizes the Supreme Court sentence in …

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Catalan News

Ex-parliament speaker to face trial for allowing vote on independence and anti-monarchy motions

he former Catalan parliament speaker Roger Torrent will face trial for allowing votes on resolutions on independence as well as the Spanish monarchy two years ago. Together with three other former …

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The National

Catalan president told ‘radical turn’ needed on independence

CATALAN President Pere Aragones has faced a call to signal some progress on the cause of independence after being told that “nothing had been done” in four years. Aragones has been on …

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