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“Freedom for the Political Prisoners” gather during a protest against the decision of a judge to jail ex-members of the Catalan government at the University square in Barcelona Spain Sunday Nov 5 2017 Top News Ousted Catalan president Carles Puigdemont and four close separatist allies regained their freedom at the end of a tumultuous Sunday that started when they surrendered in Brussels to face possible extradition to Spain for allegedly plotting a rebellion But a Brussels investigative judge quickly ruled there was no reason to put the five politicians behind bars and released them on condition they stay in Belgium and attend their court sessions within two weeks Hours after the former Catalan regional president and four ex-ministers turned themselves in to Belgian authorities Puigdemont’s party put him forward as its leader for an upcoming regional election called by the Spanish government — meaning he could end up vocally heading a campaign from Brussels while he fights a forced return to Spain The decision was rife with implications for Spain and political consequences for Catalonia the restive Spanish region fighting Madrid for independence The five Catalan politicians who fled to Belgium after Spanish authorities removed them from office Oct 28 were taken into custody Sunday on European arrest warrants issued after they failed to show up in Madrid last week for questioning In Belgium even the prosecutor didn’t think it was necessary to detain the five after Puigdemont made it amply clear he would fully cooperate with Belgian authorities “The request made this afternoon by the Brussels’ Prosecutor’s Office for the provisional release of all persons sought has been granted by the investigative judge” a statement from the prosecutor’s office said The office said the whole extradition process could take more than 60 days well past the Dec 21 date set for the regional election in Catalonia Puigdemont and the four ex-ministers left for Belgium last week as the Spanish government seeking to quash Catalan separatists’ escalating steps to secede applied constitutional authority to take over running the region The officials said they wanted to make their voices heard in the heart of the European Union and have refused to return to Spain maintaining they could not get fair trials there Nine other deposed Catalan Cabinet members heeded a Spanish judge’s summons for questioning in Madrid on Thursday After questioning them the judge ordered eight of them to jail without bail while her investigation continues The ninth spent a night behind bars before posting bail and being released Whether in Brussels or Barcelona Puigdemont is at the heart of political jockeying for position to start a campaign that promises to be as bitter as it is decisive to Spain’s worst institutional crisis in nearly four decades While parties opposed to breaking away from Spain try to rally support to win back control of Catalonia’s regional parliament pro-secession parties are debating whether or not to form one grand coalition for the upcoming ballot Another former president of the region Artur Mas told Catalan public television on Sunday that he backed a fusion of parties for the December vote But Mas said the main goals of secession supporters must be recovering self-rule and the release of the jailed separatists “If we add the issue of independence we won’t get as many people to support us” said Mas who was the first Catalan leader to harness the political momentum for secession An opinion poll published by Barcelona’s La Vanguardia newspaper on Sunday forecast a tight election between parties for and against Catalonia ending the region’s century-old ties to the rest of Spain The poll predicts that pro-secession parties would win between 66-69 seats less than the 72 seats they won two years ago Sixty-eight seats are needed for a majority Puigdemont and his fellow separatists claimed that a referendum on secession held on Oct 1 gave them a mandate for independence even though it had been prohibited by the nation’s highest court and only 43 percent of the electorate took part in the vote which failed to meet international standards and was disrupted by violent police raids Catalonia’s Parliament voted in favor of a declaration of independence on Oct 27 The next day Spain’s central government used the extraordinary constitutional powers to fire Catalonia’s government take charge of its administrations dissolve its parliament and call the December election Hundreds of pro-secession Catalans gathered in towns across the region on Sunday “We want to send a message to Europe that even if our president is still in Brussels and all our government now is in Madrid jailed that the independence movement still isn’t finished” 24-year-old protester Adria Ballester said in Barcelona For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Updated: November 7 2016 10:55 am Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally Saturday Nov 5 2016 in Reno Nev (AP Photo) Top News Donald Trump on Monday returned to his “rigged system” rhetoric as the Republican presidential candidate hit out at the FBI for giving a clean chit to Democratic rival Hillary Clinton saying it is “impossible” to go through 650000 emails in a little over a week “Right now she is being protected by a rigged system It’s a totally rigged system” Trump told his supporters in a Detroit suburb in Michigan [jwplayer 34K6xXIl-xe0BVfqu The 70-year-old real estate tycoon’s remarks were his first reaction after the FBI Director Jim Comey said that it has not changed its view following a renewed probe into the alleged email scandal involving Clinton after it assessed new emails found in the laptop of one of her close aides It is reported that there were 650000 emails in that laptop “Based on our review we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in July with respect to Secretary Clinton” Comey told leaders of the US Congress in a letter Hours later Trump challenged the FBI’s statement “You can’t review 650000 emails in eight days You can’ do it folks Hillary Clinton is guilty She knows it FBI knows it “Now it is up to the people of the United States todeliver justice” he said as his supporters responded back with “lock her up” chants “The investigations into her crimes will go on for a long time It’s unbelievable unbelievable what she gets away with” Trump said The rank-and-file special agents at the FBI won’t let her get away with her terrible crimes including the deletion of her 33000 emails after receiving a congressional subpoena” he said Clinton who was campaigning in Cleveland however did not make any mention of it in her address For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: January 17 2011 12:41 am Top News NGO Aas celebrated the Lohri of newborn girls at four different places in Ludhiana Deepakia Jairathpresident of the NGOsaid: We celebrated the festival for newborns girls at GiaspuraSherpur KalanJodhan and Guru Nanak Pura We also felicitated 23 girl children on the occasion? a Dinka, he has to overcome challenges of Franklin Gomez of Puerto Rico, Under this scheme.

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