The Parliament of the Spanish Autonomous community of Catalonia approved the conclusions of the Commission on investigation of the introduction of the country's direct rule of the Spanish authorities after the so-called independence referendum in 2017, which condemns the actions of the Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, the previous Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, and called to the king Felipe VI to abdicate and spend throughout Spain, a referendum on form of government.
Voted for by 69 deputies from parties advocating for independence of the Autonomous community, against 56 - from the socialist party, the "people" and the people's party. The representatives of the left CatComu-Podem (Catalan branch of Podemos) abstained on most items and supported the abdication of the king and the referendum.
The Royal house of Spain this week published a report on their expenditures for 2019 and the first quarter of this year, confirming that since mid-March, father of the current head of state, king Felipe VI, Juan Carlos, no longer receives its maintenance funds from the state budget.
The last payment stated in the explanation of the Royal house, he received 15 March, so they owed him the rest of 161 thousand euros will be spent for other purposes. Exactly on 15 March, the head of state, his son Felipe VI, has signed a decree Stripping his father handed him the throne in June 2014, payments from the state budget. In the same decree Felipe refused the inheritance.
Spanish national police have identified the man who shot the dash on the photos of famous politicians, including the Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, said the Agency Efe with reference to sources in Department.
On the eve of the publication of La Marea released a video which shows how unknown in a homemade dash started shooting the photos of the politicians representing the left-wing parties. Among the photographs are portraits of the Prime Minister of Spain sánchez, Vice-Premier of Pablo Iglesias, the Minister of internal Affairs, Fernando Grande-the Marlaski, Minister for equal opportunities Irene Montero, leader of a faction in the Congress of Podemos Pablo Echenique. In the video, the man behind the camera says "sentence", then the man shoots the photos and throws them all. The others in the room laugh.