The General Prosecutor of Spain has brought charges against the leadership of Catalonia, responsible for the Declaration of independence. The members of the government of the region and some deputies «submitted claims for riot, riot, embezzlement».
The General Prosecutor of Spain has filed two lawsuits to the Supreme court and the National judicial College of the Kingdom against the former management of Catalonia, responsible for the Declaration of independence, reports TASS.
According to attorney General Jose Manuel Mas, members of the government of Catalonia, as well as some members of the «submitted claims for riot, riot, embezzlement».
Earlier it was reported that the former leader of Catalonia Carles Pujdeme may receive up to 30 years of imprisonment on charges of sedition.
1 October in Catalonia voted on the question of secession from the Kingdom. 90,18% of participants in the plebiscite voted for independence. The head of the region Carles Pujdeme later announced the intention of Catalonia to secede from Spain, but urged Madrid to dialogue.
On 21 October, the government of Spain has decided on the application of article 155 of the Constitution in respect of the Autonomous community. In accordance with this article all around Catalonia should be removed from power.
On 27 October the government of Spain has decided to dissolve the Parliament and dismiss the head of Generalitat Carles Pokdemon. In the region introduced the direct control of Madrid. Parliamentary elections will be held in Catalonia on December 21.
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