đŸ‡Ș🇾 What's the future for Catalonia's PRESOS POLÍTICS đŸ˜± Si ets independentista 1 day ago   24:56

Al Jazeera English
When Catalonia pushed for independence from Spain in 2017, government leaders in Madrid did everything they could to stop it.
They declared the secession referendum illegal, and police blocked polling stations.
12 Catalan leaders who organised the vote have gone on trial in Madrid, in what their supporters are calling a 'show trial'.
Spain's Former Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is among 500 witnesses expected to testify live on TV over the next three months.
The leaders face up to 25 years in jail if convicted of rebellion, sedition, and misusing public funds.
Will divisions in Spain be widened?

Presenter: Elizabeth Puranam

Kristian Herbolzheimer - Director, International Catalan Institute for Peace
Victor Sole - International Officer, Nationalist Youth of Catalonia
Gabriel Garroum - Researcher on Catalan nationalism, King's College London

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Comments 136 Comments

LOL Spain hasn't a paramilitary police. The Guardia Civil is a police created in the XIX century to mantain order and law in the rural areas.
Robert Oliva Vidal
Thank you AlJazeera for your nice, serious journalism on the topic.
Lord Genasis
I trust Al Jareera more than my anyone.
Alexander Williams
This piece is disgracefully impartial.
DJ Trevi
Empires fall, borders change! Does anyone remember Nuevo España? Only time will tell. Let's all just be nice to each other!
Republic of Catalonia! The spain is a fascist country! Boycot spain and spaniards! I do!đŸ‘đŸ‡”đŸ‡č
Serg Orton
Their future will be to asume they will carry on being Spanish as their passports say. If the do not want , no probs, give up the passport and leave the country. Or they can arm themselves and try to take the land and then time will tell.
Diego Emilio
The future is that they roll up those little "estelada" flags they put out everywhere, including the Barcelona soccer games and then stick them up their rear ends, where the sun "don't shine."
So Bias. I thought Aljazeera would be impartial but I guess I was wrong
Fran J
Que imparcial ha sido todo el video.... que vergĂŒenza de aljazeera.
Gonza Carur
Please don't talk about Catalonia meaning the independence people, obviously is a important part of the region but there are a lot of people against as well. I think that it is a disrespect for the other (actually a bit more) half- part of Catalonia.
Moreover this is a coup trying to be dress up, Catalonia has to get his independence following the democracy and rule of law... In conclusion respect the current laws.
Juan Pablo Fernandez
Any person from any nation in the world who is willing to cheerfully support the supposed freedom of Catalonia should be prepared to assume that in their beloved nations will begin to appear processes of independence of some of their regions.
Juan Pablo Fernandez
Not to mix anybody up, the story of catalĂĄn nationalism isn't a story of love their own homeland, but it's the story of hatred to Spain.
JesĂșs B L
The problem in Catalunya should carefully be followed by Europe and remaining developed countries. It has never been another country, it has never been oppressed, it has never been abused by Spain, as they try to show all world once and again.
Spain is one of the most decentralized countries in the world, and these recent years, incomprehensible, supremacism has reached one of the most developed zones of our country.
It has led to a fascism which decided that what belong to all of us, our country, was being splited because a small number of ‘selected’ citizens wanted to. That imposition is fascism, based in the wrong perception that they own what belongs to all of us.
Now they complain everywhere about law reacting to it. The acts commited, breaking our country in two, are very serious, and of course punished in our law, as it would in any developed country.
Now they call that oppression, when that is an insult to countries and people who suffer real oppression.
And to all spanish people.
C. S. Shahbazi
Very biased report, I am very disaoppointed. They only interview pro-independent people, especially the guy in Strasbourg which is clearly a pro-independent Catalan. They forget to mention that the "Catalan independentist leaders" broke the law and the constitution by unilaterally declaring the independence of Catalonia against the majority of the Catalan people. And, by the way, in 2017 Baviera tried to organize an independence referendum in Germany and it was deemed illegal by the constitutional court of Germany. Well well...
Tom Vader
This video is full of half truths. Its a pity.
Daniel Herbert
2019 is a great year to talk about Franco, certanly a better time than to talk about the dictatorships of Al Thani, Khamenei, Rouhani or Assad. It's funny to read all these ignorant comments about oppression in *Al-Jazeera* . 99% of the world population would love to 'suffer this oppression.'
Cataluña is Spain!
Dashmesh Parchaar Movement UK
Referendum 2020 KHALISTAN
Mr K
Cataolonia should be free again.
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