On Monday, Spain’s supreme court announced its verdict in the landmark trial of 12 Catalan leaders accused of rebellion, sedition and misuse of public funds over their roles in the failed push for regional
Supreme Court sentences those accused of organizing the unauthorized vote to between nine and 13 years Spain’s highest court sentenced nine Catalan separatist leaders to between nine and 13 years in jail
Spain looks set to return to the polls for the fourth time in as many years in November after last-ditch efforts to break the deadlock following April’s inconclusive vote came to nothing late on Tuesday.
More than half a million people have gathered in Barcelona on Catalonia’s national day (Diada) to renew calls for regional independence as Spain awaits the verdict in the landmark trial of 12 separatist
Alliance of pro-independence parties and those against prisoners’ treatment could put pressure on Madrid, says VP Catalonia’s vice-president has warned the looming verdict in the trial of 12 separatist
Pedro Sánchez hopes to win over anti-austerity alliance and end political impasse Spain’s acting prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, has announced hundreds of progressive policies intended to persuade the Unidas
FILE PHOTO: Madrid's regional president Cristina Cifuentes announces her resignation in Madrid, Spain, April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Susana Vera MADRID (Reuters) - Two former leaders of Madrid’s regional government
Podemos abstains from second round of voting after it could not reach deal with Socialists Spain’s Socialist caretaker prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, has failed at a second attempt to form a government