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Catalonia Headlines for Wednesday February 6th 2019

The Prosecutor doubts that Justice would be impartial in Catalonia

The Prosecutor doubts that Justice would be impartial in Catalonia as Pedro Rubira, who leads the accusation, says he misses "serenity" and the Public Prosecution Service of the Audiencia Nacional is obliged to correct him.



La Vanguardia Headlines

The front page headlines in La Vanguardia read:

  • The Prosecutor doubts that Justice would be impartial in Catalonia
  • Pedro Rubira, who leads the accusation, says he misses "serenity"
  • The Public Prosecution Service of the Audiencia Nacional is obliged to correct him
  • Sánchez wants a rapporteur to confirm the dialogue with the Catalan government
  • The pro-independence parties could approve the budget if this figure is agreed on
  • Barcelona faces a renewal of its councillors
  • The majority of councillors won't stand for the next mandate
  • The customer wiil be able to know how much the taxi journey will cost
  • The Madrid taxi drivers consider their strike has ended
  • The Pope admits that priests and bishops sexually abused nuns
  • An answer at a press conference casts a shadow over the historic visit to Abu Dhabi


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