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Jailed MPs ask to vote by proxy, while pro-independence representatives in Brussels will not take part remotely
She faces charges carrying up to 30 years in prison for having allowed debates and votes over independence in the Catalan chamber
Q&A on the new term set to start next week, with the appointment of new Parliament bureau and president of government unresolved
Q&A on the new term set to start next week, as eight MPs are still in prison or in Brussels, making it harder for pro-independence parties to use their majority in the chamber
“We hope this does not mean more violence against peaceful people,” Catalan Parliament president answers
"We’ll turn sadness into energy, and we won’t stop until you’re free," says Catalan Parliament president Carme Forcadell