The former Catalonian President-Minister Carles Puigdemont said he wanted to hand himself in to “true justice in Belgium, but not to Spain” in an interview with RTBF in Brussels on Friday.
The British government started on Thursday to demonstrate transparency, in so far as “feasible”, with the publication of a Brexit impact study including sensitive content.
The sacked Catalan President Carles Puigdemont will not attend his court summons in Madrid on Thursday.
The dismissed Catalan President Carles Puigdemont and five former members of his government will seek political asylum in Belgium according to information obtained from the Spanish channel La Sexta that confirms the daily El Periodico.
On Sunday, Prime Minister Charles Michel asked his State Secretary for Asylum and Immigration Theo Francken (N-VA) “not to fan the flames” with regards to the political crisis in Catalonia.
Carles Puigdemont, the former Catalonian President, could seek asylum in Belgium, the State Secretary for Asylum and Immigration Theo Francken has told VTM Nieuws.
After the scandal with American film producer Harvey Weinstein and the recent disclosure in Sunday Times of several cases of sexual harassment in the European Parliament, the MEPs discussed yesterday this issue with Commissioner Cecilia Malmström.
The European Parliament (EP) press room in Strasbourg will now take the name of the Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker told the European Parliament today that the EU civil protection mechanism does not work “100 %”.
The President of the European Parliament, Italian Antonio Tajani, says Europe should “be very concerned about” splits into smaller countries.