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US News Catalonia: Carles Puigdemont will return Monday in Belgium

00:55  26 september  2021
00:55  26 september  2021 Source:   lepoint.fr

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Exiled former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont said he would return to Belgium on Monday , but that he would return to Italy for a court hearing there on Spain's extradition request. We will never give up and I will continue travelling around Europe," Puigdemont told a news conference in Alghero, where he was accompanied by the city's mayor. "I'll be back to Brussels on Monday ". The separatist leader, who headed Catalonia 's government at the time of a vote on independence and has been in self-imposed exile in Belgium since, praised Rome for handling his case quickly, after Spain

Former Catalan President Carles Puigdemont was arrested on the Italian island of Sardinia on Thursday on charges related to his activities in Catalonia 's failed bid in 2017 to secede from Spain, a court official and his lawyer told CNN. His lawyer, Gonzalo Boye, told CNN the arrest was carried out on a Spanish Supreme Court warrant and a court spokeswoman said the Spanish court is contacting the Italian courts on Friday. Puigdemont has been living in Belgium the past four years and faced arrest if he returned to Spain.

  Catalogne : Carles Puigdemont retournera lundi en Belgique © Kenzo Tribouillard / AFP

C E Saturday 25 September, Carles Puigdemont announced that it would return Monday in Belgium. Briefly arrested in Sardinia and free of his movements, the former President of Catalonia will return early October in Italy for a hearing on his extradition claimed by Spain. "I plan to return to Brussels on Monday because there is a meeting of the Foreign Trade Commission (from the European Parliament), of which I am a member," he said during a press conference in Alghero, a Sardinous city of Catalan culture.

On October 4, Carles Puigdemont is summoned to the Sassari court (northern Sardinia). "I will actually be present, because every time I have been summoned by the courts, I introduced myself," he said. Carles Puigdemont, 58, Europuté since 2019, was arrested on Thursday night upon arrival at the Alghero airport, where he had to participate in the Catalan ADIFOLK festival. He was released the next night after having committed to being present on October 4 for a hearing on his extradition to Spain. Spanish justice accuses him of "sedition" and "diversion of public funds".

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Carles Puigdemont , former Catalan President and Member of the European Parliament speaks to his supporters during a rally on February 29, 2020 in Perpignan, France. © Getty images / Adria Salido Zarco. Follow RT on. The fugitive politician had been on the run for almost four years since Catalonia ’s independence referendum in 2017. During this period, Puigdemont spent most of his time in Belgium . In March, the European Parliament voted to lift the immunity of the Catalan separatist, as well as two others, leaving them more vulnerable to arrest.

Carles Puigdemont left Germany for Belgium on Saturday after an attempt by Spanish authorities to extradite the ousted former president of Catalonia failed. Like Puigdemont , five other leading members of the separatist government fled Spain following October's banned referendum and are currently in Belgium , Switzerland and Scotland. Nine other former regional government members and civil group leaders are currently in jail awaiting trial on charges including rebellion, disobedience and misuse of public funds.

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Your Browser Does Not Support This Video Carles Puigdemont also reported that it would continue to travel to Europe, defying Madrid and the European arrest warrant for regular judicial setbacks on the continent for almost two years. "We will never give up and I will continue to travel to Europe," he said. His arrest then his release 24 hours later by the Italian justice "give reason", according to him, in the fight of the Catalan independence for "freedom, democracy, the defense of the right to self-determination, freedom of expression, the freedom of movement ".

Spain: Catalan Independentist Carles Puigdemont stopped on its arrival in Italy

 Spain: Catalan Independentist Carles Puigdemont stopped on its arrival in Italy © Raymond Roig AFP / Archivos The Catalan Independentist Carles Puigdemont was arrested Thursday, September 23, 2021 upon his arrival in Sardinia (image of illustration). Independent and Ex-President Catalan Carles Puigdemont was arrested on Thursday, September 23 in Italy, announced his lawyer. He was in exile in Belgium since 2017 after the attempted secession of Catalonia the same year.

Sacked Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont will not return to Spain to answer charges including rebellion, his Belgian lawyer has said. Speaking to the Associated Press, Paul Bekaert suggested Mr Puigdemont should instead be questioned in Belgium where he has been since Monday . He has been summoned to court in Madrid on Thursday, alongside 13 deputies. They face charges including sedition and misuse of public funds over last month's banned independence referendum. Spanish prosecutors could order their arrest if they fail to appear in court for questioning. But Mr Bekaert told

On Wednesday, Catalan MPs return for the re-opening of parliament, following the snap elections the Spanish government called in December. The region's three separatist parties are set to govern again, after they won 70 out of 135 available seats, enough collectively to rule as a coalition - if they can Secondly, that board will be in charge of proposing the next president - but there is an unresolved problem. The board is likely to propose the ex-President Carles Puigdemont as leader again, despite the fact that he's 800 miles away in Belgium , in self-imposed exile. He is refusing to return because

According to his Italian lawyer Agostinangelo Marras, the decision on his extradition could take "weeks". In March 2018, Carles Puigdemont had been arrested for the first time at the request of Spain, Germany this time. But he had been released a few days later. The independence has benefited a time of parliamentary immunity but the European Parliament lifted it on March 9 at a large majority. A measure confirmed on July 30 by the European Union Tribunal.

Briefly arrested in Sardinia, the former president of Catalonia Carles Puigdemont takes a crowd bath in Alghero, Catalan Culture Harbor Cité

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A referendum of self-determination marked by police violence The decision of the European Parliament, however, is the subject of a Appeal whose definitive judgment on the merits of the EU's share must be made "at a later date". His legal advice therefore consider that the decision of Parliament is "suspended", as is the application of the arrest warrant, and that their client must still benefit from his immunity. Despite the prohibition of justice, the regional government chaired by Carles Puigdemont had organized a referendum of enamelled self-determination of police violence and followed, a few weeks later, a declaration of deadly independence. Madrid had reacted by putting the region under guardianship and stopping the main leaders of the independence movement that had not fled abroad.

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