Free to travel around Europe but persecuted in Spain. Accused of rebellion in Madrid but acquitted of it in Germany. [...] An MEP-elect thanks to the votes of one million people, but dependent on European courts in order to fulfill his mandate.
In fact, the [Spanish] Constitution - is an excellent mix of modern words and ancient – and by that I mean authoritarian and undemocratic concepts.
Having sealed the transition from dictatorship to flourishing democracy, the Spanish Constitution has been glue holding Spain together for decades. As the country marks 40 years since it was adopted, does it continue to serve the Spanish people?
Feminist activists have disrupted a rally by far-right supporters of former Spanish dictator General Francisco Franco, commemorating the 43rd anniversary of his death.
Activists disrupt pro-Franco rally in Madrid
An artist has been arrested after painting a dove in red on Gen. Francisco Franco's tomb, an attack that comes as debate rages in Spain over the exhumation of the country's 20th-century dictator
The Spanish doctor accused of stealing and selling a baby girl has been found guilty of all charges but will not be punished due to statute of limitations. A victim of the "stolen-babies" programme said verdict leaves a "bittersweet taste".
Stolen babies trial resumes in Madrid
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Dozens of victims of Spain's dictator General Franco have had their remains exhumed from a mass grave near Valencia
The mausoleum outside Madrid where he is buried has long been a pilgrimage site for members of the far right.
Retired, high-ranking army officials have signed a manifesto in Spain against the "political left" over plans to exhume the dictator.
Spain marks civil war anniversary amid a rise in nationalism
A series of reforms has gone before parliament in Madrid to make groups honouring the former dictator illegal, and aid his victims.
Euronews spoke to Jose Maria Garcia Gonzalez, 41, one of Spain's 'stolen babies'.
An elderly gynaecologist, accused of abducting a baby in 1969 and giving her to another woman, went on trial Tuesday in Madrid. Activists protested outside the court demanding the re-opening of other cases dating back to the 1976-1983 rule of dictator Franco
Spain's new Socialist government is counting on parliamentary support to pass a law which would transfer Franco's grave.