The Constitutional Court decides to overturn the Bureau of Parliament’s 22 October 2019 decision to allow a vote on sections censuring the monarchy and asserting Catalonia’s right to self-determination in the resolution presented byJxCat, ERC and the CUP condemning theSupreme Court’s ruling against the pro-independence leaders. Furthermore, it asks the Prosecutor’s Office to investigate the president of the Bureau of Parliament, Roger Torrent, the first vice-president, Josep Costa, and the first secretary, Eusebi Campdepadrós, for having allowed these sections, suspended by the Constitutional Court, to be voted on as amendments to the resolution on 26 November.
31 January 2020
30 January 2020
28 January 2020
The Constitutional Court asks the Prosecutor’s Office to investigate the Bureau of Parliament for having disobeyed it
27 January 2020
The Bureau of the Parliament accepts the disqualification of President Torra as an MP, ordered by the Central Electoral Board after he was convicted of disobedience for not removing the yellow ribbons
23 January 2020
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