In Catalonia it’s time to rethink ourselves collectively. Thinking and speaking calls for free, able individuals to be treated as free, able citizens
Diplomatic sources decry the foreign minister’s intention to maintain the "state of emergency" declared by the PP
Belgium’s PM contradicts Spain’s foreign minister Josep Borrell, claims there is no diplomatic spat with Spain
By refusing to address the Catalan issue politically, Spain has merely made the problem worse
The organization condemns their imprisonment on the eve of the one-year anniversary of their incarceration
Catalan government will report to Brussels Madrid’s massive cash withdrawal from Catalan banks on October 2
The financial warfare waged against Catalonia’s independence bid is the subject of debate in the Catalan parliament
Calls on European Union to take a stand on "very serious acts, unacceptable in 21st century Europe"
Former President of the ANC and President of JxCat’s parliamentary group
Executive director of the Mahatma Gandhi Centre for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at Jindal Global University
Combining politics and ethics is not a naïve dream
Political scientist and lawyer
We ought to ask ourselves how Franco family’s estate has continued to enjoy privileges up until the present day
Supreme Court denies release of Catalan political prisoners: pre-trial detention “doesn’t depend on political climate”
The Spanish court argues that “the distress of their families doesn’t provide sufficient grounds for their release”
Persecution, poverty and obligatory military service drive emigration of young people
Enric Millo was the highest-ranking official during Madrid’s direct rule and on October 1, the day of the independence referendum marred by police violence
An interview with the man who lost an eye when Spanish police baton-charged voters outside Barcelona’s Ramon Llull polling station
Sanz Roldán claims he saw “many long faces” the day after the referendum
The Spanish court rules that the circumstances of the grassroots pro-independence leader have not changed
The judges unanimously agreed that the content of the law infringes on the powers of the state
The examining court considers he may be guilty of the crime of offending religious sentiment
"You'll come out the hard way or the easy way": 1-O police footage shows attacks as recorded by riot squads
'Eldiario.es' publishes videos of police action at several polling stations
Talks were held with the consultancy firm to run a web campaign, but they were unfruitful
“We never encouraged any violence": footage of former Catalan ministers defending themselves in court before being imprisoned
Junqueras, Bassa, Forn and Romeva emphasised their spotless careers, while Santi Vila underscored his efforts to "stop everything from falling apart"
The electoral race for Barcelona is getting interesting just when the city needs it most
Catalan president urges Spain’s judiciary boss to resign following outrage over anti-independence chat messages
Torra: “Whatever little confidence Spain’s justice system used to inspire, is gone for good now”
Txell Bonet: "Jordi always tells me: when you see that they add up all the sentences and a three-digit number appears in the newspapers, don't be scared"
"There is no impediment to try and convict those responsible"
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