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11:49

LifeStyle

6 December 1978: Spain ratifies Constitution of 1978

Tony Bryant

On Wednesday 6 December 1978, the people of Spain voted in a referendum to ratify the new Spanish Constitution. The vote marked the culmination of the Spanish transition to democracy after the death of General Francisco Franco. The new ... constitution was approved by the Spanish parliament (Cortes Generales) on 31 October 1978, and by nearly 90 per cent of Spanish voters in the referendum on 6 December. It was sanctioned by King Juan Carlos on 27 December and came into effect on 29 December, the

12:57

Gibraltar

Gibraltar to hold abortion referendum on 19 March

Debbie Bartlett

The government announced this week that it will propose, in a motion to be tabled in the first session of the new Parliament, that the date for the referendum on legalising abortion will be Thursday 19 March 2020. This will be a vote on the ... or not it should come into force. Chief minister, Fabian Picardo said, "For the new GSLP Liberal administration, the referendum on the abortion issue is a priority. We consider, as we have explained on many occasions, that changes to the current

11:56

Local

Anti-Brexit demonstrations in UK and Spain

Jennie Rhodes

As the UK parliament debated Boris Johnson's withdrawal deal during a highly unusual Saturday sitting in the House of Common, protesters gathered to request a People's Vote, or second referendum, in London, following a similar event which was held

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

10:29

Local

"Brexit is stupid and I believe it will end with a second referendum"

JUAN SOTO

...have. Brexit is a very bad thing. It is stupid. It is trying to say something, but it's not very intelligent. You have to respect that there was a referendum, but they should reconsider. My impression is that this will end with a second referendum, so

12:14

Opinion

Patching it up

Mark Nayler

...which nevertheless voted for Sánchez on Tuesday. The toxic issue of Catalonia also threatens to create problems in the Frankenstien government. Iglesias has previously said that he is in favour of holding a legal referendum on independence in the

19:04

Opinion

Too close to call?

Mark Nayler

...an illegal referendum on Catalan independence in 2017. Coming just ahead of two investiture sessions next week, in which Pedro Sánchez will try to become Spain's next PM, the recommendation suggests there's a close connection between the executive and ... sentences last October, which saw nine leading separatists receive nine to 13 years in prison for their roles in the 2017 referendum.) Could the call for Junqueras' release be a gesture of goodwill from the head of Spain's Prosecution ministry, designed to

10:38

Local

Brits from Malaga and Granada take part in biggest anti-Brexit march since referendum

Jennie Rhodes

...government to hold a referendum on the final Brexit deal. While no official statistics have been released, estimates range from 700,000 people to one million attending the event. Pat Laing, who lives in Malaga, flew back to the UK especially for the ... march. She said, "I went because not a day has gone by since the June 2016 referendum when I haven't been furious about the whole Brexit referendum campaign." She added that "the arrogant complacency of the Remain campaign, the lies, manipulation and ... messages coming from the march was the importance of young people and how they would be affected by Brexit. A number of young people attended the march, with banners demonstrating that they were too young to vote in the referendum but would be old enough to

13:28

Local

Residents vote for town flag in referendum

A. P.

Residents of Sedella have voted for a new flag for their town in a referendum. 62 per cent of Sedella's 625 residents who are aged over 16 took part in the vote. They were given the choice of four designs and the most popular was a red, white and