22 December 2020

The Prosecutor’s Office and the Supreme Court oppose the granting of pardons for those convicted in the 1 October sentence


In its report, the Prosecutor’s Office states that the circumstances for granting pardon to those convicted (Junqueras, Romeva, Turull, Bassa, Forn, Rull, Forcadell, Sànchez, Cuixart, Borràs, Mundó and Vila) have not been met and that the sentences are neither unfair nor disproportionate. On 26 May 2021, the Supreme Court also rejected the pardon and ruled out any hope of amnesty, stating that, among other things, the acts for which they were convicted cannot be considered ‘democratic.’

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