The Supreme Court, as well as the Electoral Board, believe that the pro-independence flag is a partisan symbol, given that it only represents a part of the citizenry. In addition, the Supreme Court says that the agreements that approve the use of the pro-independence flag cannot be described as ‘democratic’ because they do not abide by the law. Finally, the Supreme Court states that these actions do not fall under freedom of expression, given that public institutions do not have this right.
24 June 2016
Público publishes a conversation between Jorge Fernández Díaz and Daniel de Alfonso where they comment on the lack of evidence for the alleged existence of Trias’ bank accounts in Switzerland 11 days before the publication of El Mundo’s article
7 June 2016
28 April 2016
The Supreme Court confirms the agreement of the Central Electoral Board to ban the display of pro-independence flags in public spaces during electoral periods
18 March 2016
14 March 2016
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