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Catalan Government appoints delegates in Poland, Geneva and Scandinavia

Catalan Government appoints delegates in Poland, Geneva and Scandinavia

Date:05.04.2017 Source: CNA Barcelona (CNA).- On Tuesday, the Catalan executive announced the new delegates of the Catalan Government in Poland, Geneva and Scandinavia. Manuel Manonelles,  an International Relations’professor at the Universitat Ramon Llull and the former general director of Multilateral and European Affairs in the Catalan Ministry for Foreign Affairs, will be the Catalan delegate […]

The ashes of the State

The ashes of the State

Date: 27.02.2017 Author: Esther Vera Source: Ara in English The series of anomalies related with the workings of Spanish justice shows the need for a process of regeneration in the politics and institutions of the state Spain is a state whose institutions are decaying. But with that “nobility” that has so often guided them through […]

President Puigdemont: “We feel a strong bond with France in terms of the challenges facing the future of Europe”

President Puigdemont: “We feel a strong bond with France in terms of the challenges facing the future of Europe”

Date: 19.12.2016 Source: CNA The President of the Government of Catalonia,Carles Puigdemont, stated this evening at the ceremony of the seventeenth edition of the Prix Pyrénées award, given annually by the French Chamber of Commerce in Barcelona, that “Catalonia feels a strong bond with France in terms of the challenges facing the future of Europe”. […]

Pérez Royo: ‘The agreed-upon referendum is nearly inevitable’

Pérez Royo: ‘The agreed-upon referendum is nearly inevitable’

Date: 14.12.2016 Author: Josep Casulleras Source: Vilaweb English The professor of constitutional law believes that the Spanish constitution will not be reformed, and that Spain may be nearing the end of its ‘second Restoration’ Javier Pérez Royo is one of the most regarded analysts of Spain’s political landscape. A professor of constitutional law at the […]

Ana Stanič: ‘You will do better if you work together with Scotland than if you go it alone’

Ana Stanič: ‘You will do better if you work together with Scotland than if you go it alone’

Date: 26.07.2016 Author: Andreu Barnils Source: Vilaweb in English The lawyer, who is an expert in community law, explains why Catalonia should approach Scotland to deal with a common problem in the European Union In 2007, the lawyer Ana Stanič founded the E&A office in the United Kingdom. She specialised in community law and her […]

The Swiss parliament to create “friendship group” to follow the Catalan process

The Swiss parliament to create “friendship group” to follow the Catalan process

Date: 27.04.206 Author: Bernat Ferrer Source: El Món English A Socialist and a Christian democrat MP promote the formation of a space to “focus the attention of the government on the Catalan issue” A group of MPs in the Swiss parliament will set up a “friendship group for Switzerland-Catalonia“ in June to closely follow the […]

Eurocop Speaks Catalan

Eurocop Speaks Catalan

Data: 28.03.2016 Source: Rcat/Eurocop The European Confederation of Police (EuroCOP) is the umbrella organisation for 35 police unions and staff organisations in Europe. Based in Luxembourg, we represent the interests of over half a million police officers in 27 European countries Today, EuroCOP is tackling issues from police cooperation across borders to a safer working environment […]

ANC to push for “maximum pro-independence unity” slate if Spanish elections are repeated

ANC to push for “maximum pro-independence unity” slate if Spanish elections are repeated

Date: 17.03.2016 Author: Núria Orriols Source: Ara in English The organization’s roadmap proposes a meeting “in upcoming months” of an assembly of elected officials in an “act of affirmation of national sovereignty”. It also prioritizes re-establishing the Table of Political and Social Forces for independence to “coordinate” the process The Catalan National Assembly (ANC) is […]

Catalonia Cannot Be Silenced

Catalonia Cannot Be Silenced

Date: 20.02.2016 Source: Assemblea Nacional Catalana USA Catalonia Cannot be Silenced

‘My diary is pretty empty,’ Spain’s acting PM tells hoax caller

‘My diary is pretty empty,’ Spain’s acting PM tells hoax caller

Date: 21.01.2016 Author: Stephen Burgen Source: The Guardian After four years of frosty relations with Catalonia, Mariano Rajoy, the acting Spanish prime minister, was probably somewhat surprised when the newly installed Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont, called to say it was time to talk. Rajoy replied that they could arrange a meeting within the next 48 […]

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