Spain's prosecutor warns over Catalonia referendum as leaflets seized
Sunday, 17 September 2017 BARCELONA (Reuters) - Spanish authorities on Sunday pursued efforts to block an independence vote in Catalonia, seizing campaign materials as the chief prosecutor said jailing the region's top politician could not be ruled out.
The Spanish government has moved to crush Catalonia’s plans for an independence referendum, with the country’s state prosecutor’s office saying it will present criminal charges to members of the Catalan parliament who voted in favour of the ballot. The local authority, which is controlled by...
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