Tuesday, 17 October, 2017

Tag: Mariano Rajoy

Human Rights Watch calls for investigation over police referendum 'excessive' force

Spanish PM says Madrid could adopt direct rule over Catalunya

Euphoric crowds in Catalunya Square celebrated a conclusive victory in the referendum with preliminary results suggesting 90% of counted ballots favoured independence. The results were revealed by regional government spokesperson Jordi Turull in the early...

THE Prime Minister of Spain, Mariano Rajoy, is under immense pressure to resign following the action of the Spanish National Police in Catalunya. A Twitter campaign has been launched under the hashtag #RajoyDimisión and at...

Spanish PM flies to the US for a working lunch with President Trump to discuss the upcoming referendum in Catalunya, the EU and NATO.

Crowds fill region's capital on Catalunya's national day

A Catalan government spokesman has since insisted that the referendum will go ahead

THE death toll from the Barcelona terror attacks rose to 16 on Sunday after a German woman died from her injuries.  The deadly attacks in Las Ramblas and Cambrils left 120 injured, 24 of whom...

Rajoy denies links with alleged financer of suspected bribery scheme

Right-wing prime minister Mariano Rajoy has repeatedly said the referendum is illegal and cannot be held

The Spanish government in Madrid has said it will block any attempt to divorce the region from the rest of the country

The Spanish prime minister expressed his condolences for the world-renowned creative's death on Sunday

Rajoy will give evidence in a corruption case concerning his party

Madrid launches Brexit charm offensive after EU puts Gibraltar veto on table

A series of corruption scandals has caused popularity for the PP to wane

They will meet at the El Pardo palace outside Madrid

Fracking firms have been met with strong opposition from locals and regional authorities

Exports are expected to fall by between €500 million and €1 billion

It is not yet known if Diaz will run to be head of the Junta again in 2019

She has been appointed by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy

Mariano Rajoy and Francois Hollande outlined their commitment to leading a 'rapid programme of European integration' to pull member states closer together at a press conference in Malaga

Spain has so far taken in just 1,100 of the 17,300 refugees it promised to accept

The pair, flanked each by seven ministers, have met to discuss how they can bolster the working relationship of the two countries and better integrate EU countries following Brexit.




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