Catalan independence

600,000 is too few

The pro-independence leaders ought to take what happened during the Diada as a warning

Michael Ignatieff: “The judgement of the Supreme Court will not be the end”

Professor Ignatieff stresses the urgent need for a dialogue based on the Canadian experience

Borrell snubs Catalan Speaker’s demand of a “clarity pact” for a referendum

The Speaker of the Catalan Parliament urges Madrid to set “the date and terms” of the vote

Before the verdict

Anyone in the PSOE who believes that doing nothing is an option will be effectively fuelling a pro-sovereignty majority

Spain’s Electoral Board bans jailed Catalan politician Oriol Junqueras from TV3 election debate

The board argues that the Soto del Real prison authorities are reluctant to allow Juqueras to take part in the debate due to its late start time (10 pm)

PSOE 'baron' open to outlawing pro-independence parties

The regional president of Castilla-La Mancha, Emiliano García-Page, has proposed debating whether parties favorable to independence should be legal under the Constitution

Europe increasingly sees Spain as authoritarian in wake of Catalan independence bid

Most Europeans believe the Spanish government has been to harsh on the Catalan independence movement

Borrell continues witch-hunt against foreign diplomats over Catalan independence bid

Diplomatic sources decry the foreign minister’s intention to maintain the "state of emergency" declared by the PP

Standing peacefully, barefaced and with our hands in the air

September 13: Peaceful coexistence?

Civility is the only way forward for Catalonia’s independence movement

Taking down yellow ribbons is not the same as putting them up

They are not exceptions, they are the norm

The battle for Catalan independence cannot ignore the battle for our rights and liberties

Exile yourselves

Casado was not ashamed to say something that is linked to the worst European traditions

ETA's last attack

To compare moving prisoners closer to home to "the impunity" of terrorist acts is to hit rock bottom

Badalona judge forces bride to remove a badge calling for freedom for political prisoners

The judge refused to conduct the ceremony until she complied. The couple plan to lodge an official complaint

Now let us resume political action

Resistance, despite being ethically necessary, will not by itself move us forward


“Dirty war” tactics had already been used against Catalan separatist leaders

Graffitied threats sprayed on school walls against teachers probed by Public Prosecutor

The threats appeared the day after Madrid daily El Mundo published an exposé that was tweeted by Ciudadanos leader Albert Rivera

We had a referendum

What is at stake today in Spain is the very existence of a healthy democratic system

Errors in Spanish police report on wrongful funding of indy referendum

The report acknowledges that previous versions included items not earmarked for the referendum

Catalan Parliament Speaker opens direct line of communication with UN, calls for its involvement in Catalonia

In Geneva the Speaker of the House met with a senior official of the High Commission on Human Rights

Former Diplocat employees call the decision to close the council "unfair and arbitrary"

The ACM promises to restore the Diplomacy Council once a government has been formed in Catalonia

Ariadne's thread

Support for the Catalan prisoners must be absolute

Llarena refuses Sànchez permission to attend the plenary, admits it is to stop him being elected

Spain’s Supreme Court judge disregards the recommendation by the UN Human Rights Committee

Unbridled authoritarianism

It appears as if certain judicial bodies have become emboldened in a reckless manner

The Spanish State trivializes terrorism to criminalize Catalonia’s independence bid

Accusing the CDR of terrorism is a provocation that seeks a violent outburst

Democracy in Catalonia

Catalan leaders are prevented from holding political office due to their political agenda and action

A hammer blow to Spain

Rajoy’s government now has more problems on its hands than it realises

Spain’s justice system exposed for all the world to see

In Germany, accusing someone of a crime requires evidence rather than bending the Criminal Code

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