Josep Casulleras Nualart
Wolfgang Kaleck: "Snowden is currently paying the price of the cowardice of European countries"
An interview with the prestigious human rights lawyer, who has had a big influence on Boye's strategy in defending the Catalans in exile
Marcel Kolaja: "The main political groups are doing all they can to thwart a fact-finding mission to Spain"
An interview with Marcel Kolaja, a Czech MEP, a member of the Bureau of the European Parliament and the Pegasus Commission, on Catalangate’s impact in Brussels
Toni Comín: "The European Parliament will have to guarantee our immunity before Spain"
An interview with the MEP and exiled Catalan minister, following the first ruling by the Luxembourg court and the likelihood of his return
Boriss Cilevics: "It’s a pity that Spain hasn’t withdrawn the European Arrest Warrants against Catalan politicians"
An interview with the Council of Europe rapporteur who has documented Spain’s crackdown on Catalan independence leaders
Spain has blatantly ignored the Council of Europe’s report on Catalonia
The pardons were a public gesture to divert attention away from the failure to implement most of the report's demands
This is how the phones belonging to two prominent Catalan doctors were hacked with Pegasus spyware
Dr Elías Campo can't believe that Spain was both giving him the highest research award and spying on him as part of Catalangate
The case of the Catalan exiles enters the final straight in Luxembourg
Spain has the support of far-right Vox, Poland and Romania in the oral hearing that started today at the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU)
"I remember the Soviet era, but this now is more dangerous"
An interview with a long-time Russian human rights activist · She tells of the fear that led to her request not to be named
Who is behind the European Parliament’s legal service siding with Spain against Puigdemont?
Certain loyal figures in key positions are behind its determination to mirror Spain’s position on the Catalan exiles
Gonzalo Boye: "The EU will have to call for sanctions against Spain"
“When the risk is acceptable, I’ll be the one to come back with the Catalan exiles”, the lawyer states in this interview, which took place prior to Puigdemont's appearance before the court in Sardinia