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Catalan regional Pioneer Quim Torra Requires amnesty for convicted separatists

The separatist political leader has produced an announcement on Tuesday, a few hours after hearing the sentence, backed by additional institutional agents of the government.

“We call for an end to repression, for the launch of these political prisoners, for the exiles to be free to go home, to get an amnesty which should indicate an endpoint for all those people who have suffered reprisals”, stated president Quim Torra.

For the president, the judgment of Spain’s supreme court was an act of”vengeance rather than justice”.

Quim Torra has promised the Catalan people will react with”stability and civility”, but hasn’t directly encouraged any demonstration which isn’t”pacific”.

Prime Minister Pedro S├ínchez has emerged at Moncloa and gave his”complete respect and compliance” into the sentence and maintained the judicial process was clear.

“I’d love to express complete respect for and compliance with the Supreme Court’s judgment by the Government of Spain. In a democratic and social country governed by the rule of law, compliance implies complete compliance. It’s been a judicial procedure with complete warranties and transparency”, said Spain’s Prime Minister.

Catalonia’s main has defended the calm nature of this separatist movement. But at the begging of this month, the key independentist political parties and groups introduced a manifesto that defended the validity of civil disobedience as a tool to maintain political and civil rights.

Following the reading of this sentence, tens of thousands of individuals have taken the roads of the primary towns of Catalonia. The civil pro-separatist organizations have called for a huge demonstration in Barcelona’s airport as well as the CDR grassroots movements.