A Espanya hi ha un colp d’estat en marxa i ací perdent el temps en viatges o amb baralles de partit
Mentre Espanya trontolla en una batalla institucional mai vista, els nostres polítics no tenen cap pla i es dediquen a mirar cap a una altra banda
The Spanish General Prosecutor said in comments to the press that Moix was innocent but that he accepted his resignation for 'personal reasons'
The PP is putting pressure directly on the main Estonian leaders in case a referendum or a declaration of independence should be made
«No matter how much pressure you can put on a foreign government, any foreign government is always more fearful of the pressure of its own public opinion»
The Catalan president said in the letter that he was 'convinced' that the Catalan issue will be 'of interest' to the Venice Commission because of its 'political significance'
The Catalan Government spokeswoman also emphasized the need to 'set the date and the question of the referendum'
«Whatever Spain says or does from now on does not matter»
Rajoy took not even twenty-four hours to turn down the Catalan government’s latest offer · now the question that lies on Puigdemont’s government is to know when the unilateral path will be taken
Interview with the economist, UPF teacher and former councillor of the Bank of Spain
'It is not the answer that we were hoping for, and it won’t help solve the conflict,' said Puigdemont
The Spanish President says that the referendum means 'hijacking the rights of the Spanish people'
'Catalan Government has the utmost willingness to find a political and negotiated solution to the demands of the Catalan people to decide their own future,' reads the letter
Carles Puigdemont will send a letter during the next few days to the Spanish Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy
'We won’t leave the negotiating table without an agreement and we will wait until the last minute', the president said
Interview with the North American economist and president of the Conservative think tank American Enterprise Institute
The PNR spokesman, Joan Ignasi Elena, described this 'substantial' support as a 'democratic revolution'
He goes through the cases brought against Mas and the ministers, the councillors for Vic and Badalona, the lack of separation of powers in the Spanish state and the reformation of the Constitutional Court
The 'Oireachtas Friends of Catalonia' group also aims to promote Catalan culture and language in Ireland
Interview with the Professor of Economics of the Columbia University
Interview with the former president of the government of Catalonia, Artur Mas, on the final straight on the road to the independence referendum
The state prosecutor José María Romero de Tejada files a complaint before the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia against the Minister for Governance, for the crimes of malfeasance, disobedience and misuse of public funds
The former minister explains what he meant when he said that Spain owed favours to other countries in exchange for secret agreements against Catalonia
The government is involved with 17 projects in the country in cooperation with several NGOs, the UN, and the Lebanese authorities