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In Quim Torra and Pedro Sánchez both Catalonia and Spain have new presidents, the main news issue in July 2018 in Catalonia revolves around how the relationship between the new leaders develops so it's very difficult to predict exactly what will happen.
Rajoy leaves without naming a leader and with reproaches against Aznar. The ex-president avoids any gesture in favour of Santamaría and Casado in his farewell and he criticises his predecessor who promised loyalty.
Llarena gives up trying Puigdemont and rejects extradition only for embezzlement and removes the Euro warrant and the ex-president and the ex-consellers can move around Europe except Spain.
Division within JxCat and with ERC over Puigdemont as the two partners in government clash over the indicted MPs and the voting difference also registers inside the ex-president's group.
Sánchez offers a vote on a constitutional proposals as the president thinks it will be a long journey: Catalonia "has to make a decision" and reproaches to PP and Cs who address the conflict "in a boxing ring".
The Autonomies will have more margin for deficit in 2019 as the Treasury cedes two of the five tenths agreed with Brussels to the communities and the new objective might mean as much as 500 million more for Catalonia.
Bitter final sprint in the PP between Santamaría and Casado as the ex-vicepresident counts on the vote of communities with most delegates and Cospedal makes her support of the MP official and Feijóo reserves himself
Sánchez and Torra try to keep the way open for dialogue. The presidents got on well and their teams see possibility to continue working together but the judicial and electoral calendar conditions the route map for the meeting.
Worry in the Supreme Court over Sánchez' strategy as the judges mistrust the reaction of the German decision on Puigdemont and the prisoners of the "process" question the rebellion and call for their release.
Llarena considers giving up the extradition of Puigdemont as Germany refuses to hand the ex-president over for rebellion and limits the crime to misappropriation and the Supreme Court sees the conditions for bringing the sovereignist leader to trial as unacceptable.
Barcelona gains the world's leading audiovisual fair as La Fira agrees that the ISE will be in the Catalan capital from 2020. The salon which is held in Amsterdam attracts 80,000 professionals.
Puigdemont and imprisoned MPs will not have a vote as Llarena closes the hearing and suspends the ex-president and five leaders of the 'process' and the Independence movement rejects the judge's orders and will vote on it in Parliament
A path to dialogue opens as Sánchez and Torra state their differences on self-determination and the prisoners but agree to see each other again in autumn in Barcelona and to create bilateral commissions as C's and PP attack what they consider a "concession" to separatism.
Sánchez and Torra want the dialogue to continue and the socialist leader will set his agenda for Catalonia in motion whatever happens in Moncloa as the Generalitat want to take advantage of the meeting return the conflict to the political terrain.
Casado offers an alliance to beat Santamaría as the MP and Cospedal finalise a pact to prevail in the congress and the barons request a single list to avoid division.