The president of the Generalitat will not wait until they know what evidence exists against the nine detainees on Monday in Catalonia, accused of terrorism. Quim Torra has chosen to position himself and has sent a letter to the acting Government President, Pedro Sánchez, in which he demands "explanations" for what he considers an assembly against independence "to invent a false account of violence in Catalonia".
The letter, which was sent this Tuesday afternoon to Moncloa, defines the operation ordered by the National Court as a kind of state conspiracy, "judicial-political-media." "I want to convey my indignation and that of the entire Government of Catalonia, as well as a very important part of Catalan citizenship, for one more example of the use of state apparatus for a political purpose," says Torra.
To feed his complaint, Torra also uses the statements made by the Government delegate in Catalonia, Teresa Cunillera, who defined the arrests as "preventive" actions to prevent attacks. An action that, in Torra's opinion, "should not be possible in a true rule of law."
On Monday morning, nine people, linked to the CDRs, were arrested in several locations in the province of Barcelona. Accused by the Prosecutor of the National Court of preparing attacks on a date between October 1 and the publication of the 'procés' sentence, seven of them have been transferred to Madrid while two others were released on charges Same Monday afternoon. Products that could be used in the manufacture of explosives were located in the records, although there is no evidence of the existence of any device ready to be used.
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