Spain's Director of Public Prosecutions, José Manuel Maza, has died in Buenos Aires (Argentina), the Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, confirmed in a tweet. "The Director of Public Prosecutions, José Manuel Maza Martin, has died. My recognition and thanks for a life of work in the service of the state. My deepest condolences to his family, friends and colleagues. Rest in Peace. MR.""Rest in Peace José Manuel Maza. An extraordinary jurist and public servant.
A judge at the Supreme Court in Madrid set bail of €150,000 for the Speaker of the Catalan Parliament, Carme Forcadell (Esquerra, ERC) on Thursday, Spanish media reported, after a series of individual hearings that lasted all day with her and five former members of her Speaker's Committee. Forcadell must pay that amount to avoid being jailed on remand. Last week, the former regional business minister, Santi Vila, spent one night in prison on remand before deciding to pay his €50,000 bail.
A judge at the Supreme Court in Madrid set bail of €150,000 for the Speaker of the Catalan Parliament, Carme Forcadell (Esquerra, ERC) on Thursday, Spanish media reported, after a series of individual hearings that lasted all day with her and five former members of her Speaker's Committee. Her lawyer, Jaume Alonso Cuevas, tweeted "Stay strong, Forcadell, we'll have you home again soon", indicating that the Speaker would be detained until the money could be found.
6. Some more Catalan separatist rhetoric: "it has been confirmed the EMA won't be coming to Barcelona, so it has also been confirmed that being part of the Spanish state is useless". https://t.co/Yuwe8Ft0kG
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