Catalan political prisoners

Public Prosecutor files appeal against Joaquim Forn’s work release

The Prosecutor’s Office claims Forn has effectively been granted level 3 status “on the sly” and that the Catalan leader hasn’t learnt to “respect the law”

Prosecutor opposes Cuixart’s release appeal before Spain’s Constitutional Court

Òmnium Cultural: “PM Sánchez has missed his last chance to thwart the violation of Cuixart’s rights”

The Catalan political prisoners

Fresh AI report demands immediate release of Jordi Sànchez, Jordi Cuixart

Amnesty International has sent a copy of the report to Spain’s Public Prosecutor, Attorney General, far-right party Vox and the defence teams

Prosecutor files appeal against Jordi Sànchez’s prison benefits

When Jordi Cuixart was granted daytime leave to work outside prison, the Public Prosecutor also lodged an appeal

Catalan government authorises political prisoners to go back to work

Turull, Rull, Forn and Cuixart will be granted daytime leave Monday through Friday

The Supreme Court’s shameful performance on Catalonia’s political prisoners

A court of law cannot caution prison staff preventatively

Retribution comes first

Prosecutor also opposes Dolors Bassa’s prison leave to look after her mother

The Public Prosecutor claims it constitutes a “de-facto third grade”, as with the other political prisoners

Public Prosecutor appeals Jordi Cuixart's second prison leave, insists grassroots leader “shows no regret”

Cuixart will be unable to leave prison until the Provincial Court of Barcelona issues its final judgement

“We persist”: Carme Forcadell, Dolors Bassa are allowed out of prison for the first time

They have been granted day-time leave on three weekdays to do voluntary work and look after a family member

“Jordi Cuixart has joined Telegram”

The president of Òmnium Cultural is allowed to leave the Lledoners facility for a few hours to work at his company

Carme Forcadell to enjoy day-time prison leave three weekdays a week

The Mas d’Enric prison board has proposed that she be allowed to look after a family member and do voluntary work

Court snubs Prosecutor, greenlights 3-day prison leave for Jordi Cuixart

The judge argues it is unreasonable to expect the Òmnium Cultural leader to join a programme “to change his political views”

Junqueras reappears in Parliament, appeals for dialogue: “I’m desperate to talk to everyone”

He demands a new referendum and warns that he will remain politically active: “I’m not going anywhere”

Nicolás García: "Sedition only makes sense as a way to punish dissent"

An interview with the Professor of Criminal Law at the University of Castilla-La Mancha

UN cautions Spain against “excessive use” of police force, curtailing freedom

Venezuela asks the Spanish authorities to start “a constructive dialogue with the people of Catalonia”

Two CC judges slam Supreme Court’s decision to hold MP Jordi Sànchez on remand

Last week Spain’s Constitutional Court upheld the Supreme Court’s decisions taken during the pre-trial phase

Antoni Bassas’ analysis: “A political trial against the Catalan police force”

"On 17 August 2017, when Major Trapero reported to Rajoy, Puigdemont and Soraya, the Vice President was stunned: they’d acted like the police force of an independent country. A Mossos commander remarked: «One day they’ll make us pay for this». That day has come"

We need each other

Simplifying reality leads us to a dualistic view of the world. This or that. Mine and yours

Junqueras motions Spain’s Supreme Court to ask CJEU if he could be lawfully convicted without the European Parliament’s consent

The former vice president of the Catalan government insists that his parliamentary immunity must be asserted and he should be allowed to take up his seat in Strasbourg

25/12: Everyone at home

Today, we also feel a sense of outrage directed at those who are toying with people’s time and freedom

Parallel realities

Political prisoners and prisoner categories

Level two has mechanisms in place for inmates to be granted leave without waiting for permits

A verdict that threatens our liberties

They won’t be able to imprison our ideas

The Supreme Court’s verdict is an all-out attack on our liberties and worsens the Catalan problem

Democracy: neither tried nor convicted

Catalonia’s independence movement has not been defeated and it won’t be

Council of Europe mission to probe situation of Catalan political prisoners in fact-finding visit to Madrid, Barcelona

On Tuesday a memorandum was published questioning the notion of violence used in the trial of the Catalan independence leaders

The seed of freedom

From prison, we encourage you not to let the heat of the moment get the better of you

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EDICIÓ PAPER 29/05/2020

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