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 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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Catalan News

Hundreds attend Meridiana Resisteix pro-independence protest, defying ban

Undeterred by a lack of authorization to gather and a heavy police presence, hundreds of pro-independence protesters cut off traffic on Barcelona’s Avinguda Meridiana on Saturday evening, far more than those usually …

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Three Catalan civil society organizations bring 37 new charges against Spanish police officers in the independence referendum case in Barcelona

The Catalan National Assembly, Òmnium Cultural and Irídia have presented a new expert report which identifies more than 450 illegal acts during the October 1st, 2017 self-determination referendum. The Catalan …

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Catalan News

Ex-parliament speaker indicted for allowing chamber to vote on independence and monarchy

Catalonia’s High Court has indicted former parliament speaker and current business minister Roger Torrent as well as three ex-parliament bureau members for allowing votes on resolutions on independence as well as the …

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Vilaweb

Spanish Court claims €4.5 million from former DIPLOCAT head

Spain’s Court of Auditors estimates, provisionally, that it could seek to claim €4.55 million for alleged irregular spending at DIPLOCAT between 2013 and 2017. DIPLOCAT is an autonomous public-private consortium …

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Assemblea’s position on the issue of a call for amnesty and its international implications

In December 2020, the Catalan National Assembly’s National Board passed a resolution restating that both the causes against the pro-independence movement and all open court cases arising from the protests …

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People's Dispatch

Daniel Gallardo and the Spanish walls

Spain has a long history of jails and penitentiary centers and thousands of social and political prisoners have passed through their walls. Not all of them survived. Since ancient times, …

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Medium

The Rule of Lawfare

When former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont and former Catalan health minister Toní Comin finally took up their seats in the European Parliament on Monday, more than seven months after they …

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Counterfire

Flawed Transition: why the Spanish state is repressing the Catalan independence movement

Catalonia awaits the verdict in the trial at the Spanish Supreme Court of 12 political and civic leaders charged with ‘rebellion’ and ‘sedition’ for their part in the 1 October …

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