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17:10

Local

The new Plaza Mayor Outlet centre may not open until the motorway is widened

JESÚS HINOJOSA / JUAN SOTO

Next Tuesday's inauguration of the luxury McArthurGlen Designer Outlet centre beside the Plaza Mayor shopping centre is looking less likely. Earlier this week the Andalusian High Court (TSJA) provisionally suspended the opening of the access road ... planning department cannot give the go-ahead for the opening without the ministry's approval. Major advertising campaign The High Court decision a week before the Malaga Designer Outlet beside Plaza Mayor was due to open came at a particularly ... be completed around the end of this year, but may be delayed because of last week's court decision. Sources at the Ministry also referred to the way the road-widening roads are already affecting traffic flow. "You can see what is happening in that

15:28

Opinion

Reality bites

Mark Nayler

...phase based on dialogue and the rule of law... [S]o that Catalonia can play its role as a motor for growth in [Spain]". Calviño was talking, of course, about the Supreme Court's sentences for leading Catalan secessionists, finally handed down on Monday ... Guardian condemning the Supreme Court's decisions, concluding with the words, "We will never back down". Indeed, the harsh prison terms are likely to radicalise "independistas", rather than halt them in their tracks. Calviño hopes instead that they will ... Certainly, the secessionists did act illegally in organising the October 2017 referendum, which was declared unconstitutional in advance by Spain's Constitutional Court. Some kind of punishment, you could argue, was necessary. But what about a lengthy ban

15:12

Local

Chief suspect in Dana Leonte case prevents suicide of fellow inmate

J. C. / A. F. / F. T.

...lives and integrity, given the high-profile nature of the two cases. Court hearing During a hearing at a court in Vélez-Málaga last Friday morning, in front of a gender violence judge, Ruiz used his right not to testify. The only words he spoke were ... to proclaim his innocence, which he has done since the beginning of the investigation when Dana went missing on 12 June. He was taken to the courtroom by police and did not speak to any members of the press who were waiting outside the court ahead

11:17

National

Franco's body can be moved, says Supreme Court, but not quite yet

SUR

The Supreme Court in Madrid has unanimously backed the government and said that the remains of General Franco can be removed from their ceremonial resting place in the Valle de los Caídos monument, outside Madrid, and placed in a simpler grave. ... The family of the late dictator had launched court action against the decision by the cabinet, which had been previously approved by MPs, on the grounds that the exhumation violated their human rights. His grandchildren completely opposed a reburial ... Court ruled. They also agreed with the government that using the cathedral would be a security risk. However the removal to the El Pardo cemetery will not be immediate. The full judgement when published is expected to include conditions. In addition,

13:44

Local

Argentinian court says that councillor from Marbella who fled should go to Spain

HECTOR BARBOTTA

An ex-councillor from Marbella who was wanted in Spain for corruption offences has been told by an Argentinian court that he should be extradited. Carlos Fernández disappeared in 2006 during the mega Malaya case and related investigations. ... Turning up again in 2017 with a new wife and children in Argentina, he claimed that the Spanish charges against him had expired. The new court decision in Argentina can be appealed and Fernández still hopes to avoid being sent back for the one remaining

12:53

National

Catalan secessionists cleared of rebellion charges but lengthy sentences dished out for sedition

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO / MATEO BALÍN

The Spanish Supreme Court has handed out custodial sentences to nine of the twelve Catalan independence leaders on trial for their role in the illegal October 2017 referendum. Those given prison time have also been barred from holding public office ... rebellion would not have been an appropriate sentence, because while violence did occur during the referendum and its aftermath, they did not see it as a deliberate, top-down strategy to secure independence. Notably, the court did also make clear its