Miquel Serra (ERC) had been sentenced to a year of disqualification from public office and a six-month fine for disobedience. During the April 2019 general elections, Serra did not remove a pro-independence flag from a public square or a plaque commemorating the 1 October referendum, ignoring the Provincial Electoral Board’s orders. Serra has already been convicted in another case, receiving a three-month disqualification from public office and a fine for having opened the Lo Casino cultural centre for the 1 October referendum.
18 October 2022
13 October 2022
12 October 2022
The Provincial Court of Lleida upholds the sentence against former Alcarràs mayor Miquel Serra, who was convicted of disobedience after he refused to remove a pro-independence flag during an election period
10 October 2022
The Spanish Ministry of the Interior is reported to have spied on the communications of pro-independence left-wing circles, the CDRs (Committees for the Defence of the Republic) and individuals connected to the Council for the Republic
10 October 2022
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