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Martí Estruch 13 Mar 17
Democracy on trial in Spain: former president Artur Mas & 2 ministers get 2-year public office ban for letting Catalans vote on .
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Diplocat. Public Diplomacy Council of Catalonia. 12 Jan 17
Spanish Prosecutor demands 9-year ban from public office for for allowing symbolic vote
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[ David d'Ent.🎗#JoSócCDR ] 29 Sep 15
Guardian: president faces multiple charges after
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Martí Estruch 3 Oct 16
Nonsense goes on: prosecutor demands 10 year ban for Artur Mas, Joana Ortega and Irene Rigau for allowing independence consultation.
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M Strubell 18 Jun 17
Replying to @mstrubell_EN
...(unchallenged) electoral pledge to allow Catalans to vote on their political future on knows no bounds. 2/6
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Ramon Tremosa 🎗🌹 28 Jun 16
Breaking: former Catalan to be judged by Spanish justice for independence referendum
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[ David d'Ent.🎗#JoSócCDR ] 13 Mar 17
Replying to @denterd
Spain "justice" bans 2 yrs from public office 's ex-presid.Mas & ex-ministers Ortega+Rigau for organising popular on
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M Strubell 11 Sep 18
Replying to @mstrubell_EN
3 Noone budged an inch to appease the Catalans & correct this anomaly. And continued erosion of their powers led Catalan leaders to ask the people in a poll, that was NOT a referendum, their opinion about independence. . Courts punished them for keeping electoral promises!
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Assemblea International 13 Feb 17
Replying to @antonibassas
Not just another question in a trial, for Spain wants to know the origin of the "weapons"! By
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Hans-Peter Trauschke 29 Sep 15
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Liz Castro 9 Nov 15
"Reaction to non-official poll was criminal charges, which I fear will not be the last."
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Catalan Assembly 3 Oct 16
The prosecutor for case requests 10 year ban for Artur Mas, Joana Ortega and Irene Rigau. Ballot boxes
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Montse Daban 27 Feb 17
Supreme Court ofSpain (97 in judicial independence rep) judges elected x nonbinding voting
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Catalan Assembly 29 Sep 15
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M Strubell 11 Sep 18
Replying to @mstrubell_EN
11 Our political prisoners are clearly hostages, facing show trials (as after ) on trumped-up charges. All this clashes head-on with values and standards, which is why I read with dismay what Mr. Jagland has apparently said:
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Liz Castro 9 Nov 15
"Bringing charges for vote involved resignation of Attorney General and vote against by TSJC, not known for pro-indyness"
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Martí Estruch 22 Nov 16
Heavy stuff (II): Spanish Congress gives green light to criminal trial of "accused" of allowing Catalonia's indy vote.
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Janne Riitakorpi 28 Jun 16
Charges against 's former president Artur Mas & others over independence vote go ahead
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Janne Riitakorpi 9 Nov 16
2 years ago over 2,3 million Catalans participated in indy vote. Year ago today started indy transition following 27S
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Janne Riitakorpi 22 Nov 16
Spanish Congress gave green light for the criminal trial of over 's vote
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