La repercussió gallega a Madrid
"Hi haurà amnistia i hi haurà una legislatura llarga". Així que Sánchez ho confia tot al suport dels partits independentistes. Vejam si ho saben aprofitar
A report on the revolt against Spain’s bid to stage a coup, raiding Catalan ministry HQs and arresting senior government officials
Catalan Government is now more determined than ever to organize the referendum
Protest in front of one of the offices raided near Barcelona
“We have a very powerful cyber-umbrella which can respond to the constant attacks from around the world” says Catalan president
A Hungarian government spokesperson stresses that “we must all respect the will of the people; that’s what we call democracy”
'The match is being played on the field of communication, narrative, technology, social networks … We realise that the Spanish state is very powerful, very strong, seemingly limitless. We will not play that down. We have one strength, too. '
The measure is to 'guarantee that no euros are spent on illegal activities', said Spanish treasury minister
Members of 7 political groups urge Spain to 'encourage political dialogue, at once'
'The world of electronic communications does not have borders,' Catalonia's president said
European Commission President says an independent Catalonia would not be able to join the EU 'on the day after the vote'
Government report predicts 2018 turnaround in social security system deficit, guaranteeing pension payments to Catalan workers
Catalan Mayors could be arrested if they do not stop the celebration of the independence referendum
Some 450,000 people and 1,800 coaches already enrolled in demonstration
Members of the European Parliament from different parties advocate for “immediate” negotiations to avoid "confrontation"
The bill will provide a provisional constitutional framework after a declaration of independence if the “yes” vote wins on Oct 1 referendum
All ministers sign the decree shortly after the Parliament passes a law providing framework, while Spanish cabinet starts process to ask the Constitutional Court to ban the vote
Pro-independences parties JxSí and CUP vote in favor, left-wing coalition CSQP abstains, and the rest of the opposition leaves the chamber without voting
Groups have two hours to present amendments to the text, which will be voted on later
Court of Auditors demands that former Catalan president Mas and 10 more officials pay approximately 5 million euros in bail
The Catalan Tax Agency assumed new responsibilities on Friday and opened 27 new offices on Monday
Ahmed Galai to make a declaration in favor of 'democracy and the October 1' vote