The Spanish Constitutional Court suspended a session of the Catalan Parliament set for Monday in order to pre-empt the region’s declaration of independence.
The Court’s decision on Thursday came following the challenge of the Catalan chapter of the Socialist Party (PSOE), which argued that the session would constitute "a breach of the constitution."
In an interview with the Catalunya Ràdio station on Thursday, the President of the regional assembly, Mr. Forcadell, said she did not know whether...
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