The legal services of the European Parliament indicate that he must go to Madrid to be sworn in.
Five elected Catalan leaders were allowed out of prison for a few hours today, in order to be sworn in at the opening of the Spanish Parliament.
It’s unusual to carry out an interview from prison, but in the circumstances there was no choice. Catalan independence leader Oriol Junqueras answers Raw Questions, on Euronews.
Do two of Europe's most recent elections signal a new trend on the continent?
First time voters and the influence of a new party are likely to change the political landscape in the upcoming Spanish general election. There are around 35 million eligible voters, with just over a million young people who could go to the polls for the first time. They have a new set of concerns.
This small region of Spain has mirrored exactly the reults of the national vote in almost every election for fifty years
With an election nearing, rural issues are gaining increasing prominence in Spain
It’s become more complicated for Spaniards abroad to vote after changes were made to electoral registration laws in 2011. And ever since then, participation has plummeted.
Some claimed this was ironic in an election that has brought women's issues to the fore.
Following the strike and mass protests seen nationwide during the International Women’s Day in March, left-wing parties are calling for women’s rights while conservative parties hit back at what they consider "radical feminism".
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.
In Spain, issues like border protection, crime, and unemployment, have propelled far-right Vox party into office in Andalusia’s last regional elections.
In the Andalucía region of southern Spain, the electoral breakthrough of the far-right Vox party has sent a shockwave through Spanish politics. Critics are calling the party stance anti-immigration and anti-feminist. Insiders’ Sophie Claudet sat down with Valérie Gauriat to find out more.
The Catalan issue has pushed Spain into yet another election. Here's all you ned to know.
A party official told Euronews' Raw Politics show that it's not "fair" to call Vox far-right.
Leaders of the 2017 Catalan independence referendum are facing a combined total of 217 years in prison for inciting rebellion. Defending their rights is in the self-interest of Europe if it wants to remain a leading force for democracy.
Euronews visits the Andalusian town of El Ejido where a third of the 90,000 inhabitants are immigrants.
While many would agree that the Spanish Constitution has served its purpose in keeping a fragile democracy in tact, many more Spaniards would agree that the time has come to make changes to the 40-year-old document. Agreement on what these changes should be is a different matter altogether.
The Catalan independence movement is just one of the many obstacles facing a push to modernise the Spanish Constitution. In order to make sure it serves the needs of all Spaniards today, we have to solve our long-standing problems first.
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?
Catalan independence and European values: Uncut with Carles Puigdemont
Defending Spain from immigration, regional independentist sentiments, and the "Islamic threat" is what the Spanish far-right party VOX is all about. But will it be able to pierce through in the next elections?
The latest "Uncut with Daniel Cohn-Bendit" tackles the issue that has the most potential to damage the European Union.
"I think they should be thankful that we only do songs because they deserve much more"
Around 20 students were relocated from their publicly owned residence in Alicante to make way for the arrival of migrants from the Aquarius rescue ship, according to a spokesperson for the dorm.