Guardia Civil support campaign to criminalise CDRs with detentions
A woman from Viladecans was detained, and the Guardia Civil are apparently looking for a man from Esplugues de Llobregat.
Belgian authorities open case against Spain regarding geo-tracker on Puigdemont's car
A geo-tracker was found in the car which Puigdemont was travelling in at the time of his detention in Germany, and thought to have been placed there by Spanish secret service agents.
Spain on list of “authoritarian countries on the rotten fringes” putting “European values” at risk – FT Commentator
Gideon Rachman, Chief Foreign Affairs Commentator for the Financial Times, has included Spain on a list of countries who are putting European Values at risk, through authoritarian behaviour. According to the columnist, Spain now has more in common, politically, with Poland, Hungary and Slovakia, where “autocracy and corruption” are the norm.
Catalan Independence process pursues Rajoy to Argentina
Spanish President Mariano Rajoy is met by pro-independence protesters on several occasions, during a state visit to Argentina.