Catalan independence

Now let us resume political action

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

Degenerescence

“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

What can we expect from the European judge?

The decision —rather, the decisions— will be formally national, but de facto European

The assisted suicide of the independence movement

Regaining our institutions is not akin to trivialising the situation of the prisoners

March 29: Freedom or imposition

There has been a lot of talk about a language incident broadcast on Spanish television

What can we expect from the German judge?

High treason and rebellion are similar in that they are both characterised by violence

From catharsis to politics

Today begins a new stage that requires us to take stock of a lost opportunity and change strategy. What is needed is generosity, less dogmatism, clear objectives, overwhelming majorities, courage, and an avoidance of gregariousness.

Spain: Supreme Court judge twists words to justify charges of rebellion against pro-independence leaders

Judge's convoluted semantics could lead to prison sentences of 10-30 years for the defendants

Llarena, the bar of justice

Llarena has tried to give his resolutions a technically more elaborate appearance, but this has been completely undone by his most recent decisions

March 20: Who are the populist europhobes in the “Catalan crisis”?

There are examples of anti-EU isolationism in the speeches by mainstream Spanish nationalists

16 March: Humiliate and destroy

Police boss behind indy referendum crackdown is rewarded with promotion

Diego Pérez de los Cobos is Madrid’s new Guardia Civil commander

Judge Llarena strikes down separation of powers

Would they have the courage to do the same to a candidate in the Spanish parliament?

The Spanish Treasury’s demands and freedom of expression

The rule of law in Spain is becoming increasingly weaker

The moment of truth

Now the investiture of the Catalan President is dependent on Spain’s Supreme Court

Over 600 jurists denounce violation of human rights in Catalonia before Council of Europe

The Prague Collective, made up of law professors from Catalan universities, reports 9 violations

What a failure, Your Majesty

The fears of Barcelona’s honorary consuls

Finland’s honorary consul Albert Ginjaume, the third diplomat to be fired for ideological reasons following pressure from Spain, speaks of a "witch hunt"

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