A Catalan activist and political commentator has condemned the sentences handed out to pro-separatist as leaders as undemocratic.
Andres da Silva told Euronews' Good Morning Europe that the severity of the sentences was undemocratic and greatly worsened the situation.
The Government of Spain and its main leaders have launched a campaign on social media under the hashtag #Everybodysland, at the same time that Spain's Supreme Court sentence -convicting nine Catalan separatist leaders to between 9 and 13 years in prison- was made public.
A war of flags has taken over Barcelona's balconies with both pro and anti-independence supporters using their outside spaces to make clear where they stand on Catalonia's secession debate.
Spaniards were frustrated and angry on Wednesday after being called to the polls for a fourth time in four years and some said they would stay away from the ballot box, making it harder to predict how the political deadlock could be broken.
Spain will hold parliamentary elections on November 10, acting prime minister Pedro Sanchez said on Tuesday after failing to secure enough support to be confirmed as premier.
Coalition talks between the far-left Podemos party and Spain’s caretaker socialist government have broken down. Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has until the 23rd of September to form a majority coalition or face yet another general election.
Spain's acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has once again rejected the far-left Unidas Podemos' demand for a formal coalition government.
On Tuesday, Mr Sanchez unveiled a new programme of policies to encourage the far-left party into backing him as Prime Minister.
Migrants have been jumping from Open Arms and attempting to swim ashore and scuffles have broken out as the vessel remains barred from Italy.
Spain's acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez loses the second investiture vote after he failed to secure a deal with left-wing Podemos.
Five Catalan separatists were allowed out of prison to be sworn in at the opening session of Spain's new parliament 20 days after general elections
Spain's acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has met with opposition leaders, opening the door to forming a coalition government.
After the Spanish socialists won the election without a majority, they must now form a coalition government with another party or group of parties.
Pedro Sánchez's socialists may need the support of Spanish separatist parties to be able to form a majority government after Sunday's general election
With polls for general elections in Spain opening soon, the leaders of all the political parties relaxed after completing their pre-election campaigns
With Spain's election happening next Sunday, a poll shows 60% of undecided voters are women which has some parties vying for their vote.
Nationalist Vox movement excluded from head to head confrontation
Voters will go to the polls in a little over two weeks time to elect a new government. Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez’s Socialist Party starts the campaign as favorite.
The Catalan issue has pushed Spain into yet another election. Here's all you ned to know.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has undertaken a host of challenging initiatives as he battles to cement his position and build a lasting legacy
Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez is trying to get a budget approved on Wednesday but with no support from Catalan nationalist parties and calls by the conservative parties to call a general election, he is running out of options.
Protesters took to the streets of the Spanish capital yesterday to demonstrate against the government's policy of dialogue with Catalan separatists.
Tomorrow is the start of the trial of 12 separatists, following their failed cessation bid in 2017.
For the first time since the Franco dictatorship, a populist party has entered a regional parliament.
Spain's far-right party is seen winning 8-10 seats in the Andalusia election, according to an early opinion poll.
Pedro Sanchez said the UK's "self-absorption" would hurt the EU and Britain alike.
Retired, high-ranking army officials have signed a manifesto in Spain against the "political left" over plans to exhume the dictator.
Spain's new Socialist government agreed to offer free reproductive treatment to lesbians and single women, restoring a benefit cancelled by the conservative administration it toppled in June.