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Edinburgh judge releases exiled former minister without travel restrictions
"Ponsatí has been summoned to court on December 12 as part of the ongoing extradition case against her for her allegedly seditious role in the 2017 independence referendum while she was part of the Catalan cabinet."

Extradition hearings for three exiled leaders in Belgium to be held on December 16
"It is the third time the two former ministers have faced an extradition request by Spain over their role in the 2017 independence bid, with the first being withdrawn by the Spanish Supreme Court in December 2017, and the second rejected by Belgium due to 'procedural defects' and 'irregularities.'"

Council of Europe denounces lack of Spanish compliance in judicial independence

The Group of States Against Corruption (GRECO), the institution's anti-corruption monitoring body, calls for "an overall anti-corruption strategy and effective implementation of laws" in the country.
Indeed, Sánchez was involved in controversy in the build up to the November 10 election when he boasted of controlling the public prosecutor when discussing his attempts to extradite exiled Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont from Belgium.

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by Cat on Sun Nov 17th, 2019 at 03:34:51 AM EST
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