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13:30

National

Fresh rulings on Catalan politicians keep separatism at centre stage

SUR

...after a court disqualified him for allowing pro-separatist symbols to be shown on public buildings during an election. The electoral commission added, however, that it was down to the Catalan parliament to stop him from leading the government. ... Meanwhile, the Supreme Court said ERC party leader, Oriol Junqueras, cannot be let out of prison to be an MEP. Junqueras was sentenced in October to 13 years over the independence declaration. But an EU advisory court last month said that before he was ... sentenced he could have had immunity and attended Euro parliament sessions. The Spanish court has now told his lawyers that, as his prison term has since been confirmed and he isn't on remand, he can't be freed. Self-exiled ex-Catalan leader Carles

14:45

Local

Ruling clears way for more Sunday opening

SUR.

A court has overturned a regional government restriction on larger shops and shopping centres in Malaga city opening on Sunday and public holidays. Malaga is officially classified as an area with a high concentration of tourism, meaning shops can ... open. But the Junta banned stores over 300 metres and parts of national chains opening on Sundays and public holidays in areas outside the centre of the city. Larger shops have been complaining, and now the court agrees, saying that the Junta cannot

11:38

Local

Landowner pleads guilty in Julen case, avoiding a long and painful trial

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / FERNANDO TORRES / JUAN CANO

David Serrano, the owner of the land on which two-year-old Julen fell down a 100-metre borehole in Totalán in January last year, pleaded guilty to charges of manslaughter through negligence in a Malaga court on Tuesday morning. The judge ratified ... court to Julen's parents, José Roselló and Vicky García. These damages were set at just under 180,000 euros (89,529.67 euros each). The judge also ordered Serrano to pay 663,982.45 to the Junta de Andalucía to cover the cost of the rescue operation. ... Serrano's defence, LawBird Legal Services, headed by lawyer Antonio Flores, paid the court 25,000 euros on Monday following the agreement. According to the lawyers this sum was donated by another of the firm's clients, an anonymous business owner. Serrano

13:15

Local

Landowner pleads guilty in Julen case and accepts suspended jail sentence

Álvaro Frías / juan Cano / Fernando torres

David Serrano, the owner of the land on which two-year-old Julen fell down a 100-metre borehole in Totalán in January last year, pleaded guilty to charges of manslaughter through negligence in a Malaga court on Tuesday morning. 'It's been an ... interminable year, but Julen wouldn't want us to break down' related news Parents and landowner agree to settle Julen case out of court The judge ratified an agreement reached on Monday between Serrano and the parents of Julen to avoid a painful ... trial due to start on Tuesday. Serrano agreed to accept the suspended prison sentence of one year handed down by the judge and to pay damages awarded by the court to Julen's parents, José Roselló and Vicky García. These damages were set at just under

12:47

National

EU takes Spain to court over poor air quality

SUR

The European Commission has reported Spain to the European Court of Justice for failing to comply with air quality standards in Madrid, Barcelona and the Vallès-Baix Llobregat area of Catalonia. It says that these areas have an excessive amount

15:58

Sport

No deal reached for compensation package for sacked Malaga coach

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...case against Sheikh Al-Thani), said that the meeting was “amicable”, but that no counter-offer was made by the lawyer representing Malaga CF, Álvaro Gómez, as per the instructions of his client. “Now it’s time to file the complaint in court and wait

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