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© AFP - Lluis Gene (Illustration) Catalan separatist leaders Jordi Cuixart, Oriol Junqueras and Josep Rull, who have been temporarily released to participate in the election campaign, Tie poodcards indicating "amnesty" at a meeting in Barcelona on February 1, 2021.
The Spanish government will be pardoned on Tuesday nine detained leader of Catalan Independence Envity. This announced Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez on Monday during a visit to Catalonia's capital of Barcelona. The nine prominent representatives of the independence movement had been sentenced to imprisonment between nine and 13 years in 2019 because of the experiment of the Catalonia's exposure of Catalonia. The upcoming pastrations are controversial in Spain.
"Tomorrow I will suggest the constitutional spirit of Eintracht in mind, the Cabinet, to pardon the nine convicted," Sánchez said in a speech. With the step, the government wanted to pave the way to "reconciliation" in the state.
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The Catalan Regional President Pere Aragonès welcomed the announcement. "With this decision of the Spanish Government, a unjustified judgment of the Supreme Court is corrected," he said. Because the organization of a referendum could "not be a criminal offense".
Before the Gran Teatre del Liceu, in which the Prime Minister held his speech, demonstrated several hundred independence advocates under strong presence of security forces. "We want independence, no breadcrumbs or pastries," said the demonstrant Ángel Segura. The retired lawyer Anna called the trollies a "dizziness". Conveniently, it is necessary to completely pay the penalties of the convicted.
The Catalan Regional Government under the leadership of Carles Puigdemont had had a non-endangered person in October 2017 and thus forced the hardest political crisis in Spain for decades. The central government then reached hard and released the regional government.
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Puigdemont and other leader of the independence movement fled abroad. Further colleagues like the former Catalan Vice President Oriol Junqueras were arrested. Two years later, he was sentenced together with eleven other leaders of the independence movement from the Supreme Court.
Against seven politicians and two representatives of civil society were pronounced in prison terms between nine and 13 years, against which three other defendants were imposed fines. The judgments caused massive protests that were deposited by the Spanish police with violence.
About a pardon of the convicts is controversially discussed in Spain for weeks. The Supreme Court, as well as most opposition parties, spoke against it. According to a current survey, 53 percent of the Spaniards reject the release of the nine Catalans. In Catalonia, however, two-thirds of respondents spoke out.
Conservative Critics Praise Sánchez to ensure that he wants to ensure his power through the pastries, as his minority government in Parliament in Madrid also relies on the support of the Catalan Independence Envelopes.
In the past week, the head of government received surprisingly backing by the Entrepreneurs Association CEOE entrepreneurship, which opposes to an independence of Catalonia. The Catholic Church also advocated the release of the nine detainees.
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