Col·lectiu Emma - Explaining Catalonia

Catalogna, niente estradizione per Puigdemont: il giudice ritira il mandato di cattura internazionale

Thursday, 26 july 2018 | REPUBBLICA
L'ex presidente avrà libertà di movimento in tutto il mondo, ma non potrà rientrare a Barcellona: in polemica con la magistratura tedesca, che aveva respinto l'accusa di ribellione, il Tribunale supremo spagnolo rinuncia a farsi consegnare il leader indipendentista per non doverlo giudicare solo per il reato di malversazione 

Zweierlei Recht

Saturday, 14 july 2018 | jungeWelt
Die jüngste Verurteilung einiger baskischer Jugendlicher zu hohen Haftstrafen und die Anklagen gegen katalanische Politiker verdeutlichen den politischen Charakter der Justiz in Spanien – der Feind steht links

Es hätte wohl jeden von ihnen treffen können – Massenprotest gegen die Urteile des Nationalen Gerichtshofs gegen acht baskische Jugendliche, die sich im Herbst 2016 eine Auseinandersetzung mit zwei Beamten der Guardia Civil geliefert hatten (Pamplona, 15.6.2018)
Foto: AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos

Erste katalanische Gefangene auf dem Weg nach Katalonien

Tuesday, 10 july 2018
Vorwürfe gegen Puigdemont werden noch abenteuerlicher, der neuen Sánchez-Regierung kommt die Mehrheit abhanden

Spanien klagt Puigdemont und 12 katalanische Politiker wegen Rebellion an

Tuesday, 10 july 2018
An den absurden Vorwürfen wird festgehalten und im nächsten Schritt werden sieben katalanische Parlamentarier suspendiert, die sich im Knast oder im Exil befinden

Old order is on way out, in Spain and Scotland

Tuesday, 10 july 2018 | THE NATIONAL
THE NATIONAL 9th July 2018     GEORGE KEREVAN   THE Socialist Workers’ Party, or Partido Socialista Obrero Espanol (PSOE), is Spain’s oldest extant political organisation, founded as far back as 1879. Under its youthful new leader Pedro Sanchez, it has miraculously returned to power in Madrid, though only as a (very) minority government, following the downfall of the right-wing Popular Party (PP) administration of Mariano Rajoy. At the last Spanish general election (in 2016) the PSOE only managed a derisory 85 seats out of 350 and was being written off – very much like the Labour Party before Jeremy Corbyn. [+]

Cathal MacSwiney Brugha: ‘Jailing Catalan pro-independence leaders is a stupid move by Madrid, a sign that they are losing’

Saturday, 7 july 2018 | VILAWEB
The Irish Professor proposes a “Europe Cares” about Catalonia campaign
Picture by Lluís Brunet

Es wird immer enger für den spanischen Richter Llarena

Saturday, 30 june 2018 | TELEPOLIS
Das katalanische Parlament hat Anzeige gegen den Ermittlungsrichter wegen rechtswidriger Inhaftierung und Rechtsbeugung erstattet, Merkel soll ein Blutbad beim Unabhängigkeitsreferendum gestoppt haben

AP Interview: Catalan chief to ask Spain for secession vote

Saturday, 30 june 2018 | APNEWS
APNews By JOSEPH WILSON   26-06-2018   BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Catalonia’s new separatist chief plans to deliver one message to Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez in their highly-anticipated meeting next month: an authorized ballot over Catalan secession from Spain is the only solution to the country’s worst political crisis in decades. “We will go to the meeting with the Spanish Prime Minister ready to discuss the major issue ... which is the right to self-determination for Catalonia,” Catalonia’s regional president Quim Torra told The Associated Press in an interview on Monday. [+]

Sánchez and the Catalan Crisis

Saturday, 30 june 2018
JACOBINMAG 18-06-2018   By LUKE STOBART   "It’s the best thing for me and for the Popular Party, or to put in another way, it is the best for the Popular Party and for me, and I think also for Spain and the rest doesn’t matter." With these typically bumbling words Mariano Rajoy said goodbye to his seven years of presidency after losing a no-confidence motion in Congress. After many depressing months in which the new Spanish right — Ciudadanos (C’s) — had helped push mainstream politics rightwards, a more interesting political phase has begun. [+]


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