The Spanish army has this afternoon moved several Pizarro armoured fighting vehicles within Catalonia. A military convoy was seen on the A-2 dual-carriageway at Bellvís, near Lleida on the western border of the autonomous community, heading towards the interior of Catalonia. This could be related with movements the Spanish army has had planned since March, part of a reorganisation of the Sant Climent Sescebes military base which includes the arrival of around 50 Pizarro vehicles.
The High Court of Justice of Catalonia (TSJC) has notified Vicent Sanchis, the director of TV3 (Catalan public TV channel) that he may incur "possible liability, including criminal charges" if he collaborates with the preparation or organisation of the referendum on 1st October, in his capacity as the one with maximum responsibility for the Catalan broadcaster, El Nacional has learnt.
The Public Prosecutor's Office of the Spanish State has ordered the Prosecutors' Offices of Barcelona, Tarragona, Lleida and Girona to summon and declare under investigation the 712 mayors of town councils across Catalonia who have agreed to collaborate with the Catalan government to hold the referendum. And it has asked the Mossos d'Esquadra (Catalan police) to arrest those mayors who do not present themselves to declare.
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