Marta Rovira does not go to testify to the Supreme Court and goes into exile




In a letter sent to the militants, he announced his decision: “Today I am embarking on a hard path, the path of exile.”

The ERC Secretary General, Marta Rovira, has not gone to the Supreme Court this morning and in a letter sent to the militants has announced that he is going into “exile.”

In the aforementioned paper stresses that today he is embarking on “a hard path, a path that, unfortunately, so many others who preceded us have had to take. The path of exile.”

“I can’t hide the deep sadness I feel like getting away from so many people that I love — and that I love very much. Of so many struggles shared for so many years with people who are moved by a single objective: to change the society where they live. Make it fairer, “he stressed. But he assures that it would have been much sadder “to live in silence”.

Marta Rovira highlights that “exile will be a hard road, but it is the only way I have to regain my political voice. “He also underlines that exile will allow him to be a mother and that his daughter deserves it.

On the other hand, he asks the militancy not to let the rancor seize them. “Only from the respect and love for all citizens and all opinions will we build radical and profound changes. Only from joint work will we achieve a Republic for all,” he added. Moreover, it asks “to transform indignation into courage and perseverance, anger into love.”

He ended his letter by saying the following: “Long live freedom, justice, equality and fraternity. Long live a Catalan Republic for all!”.

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Forcadell, Romeva, Turull, Rull, Bassa and Rovira, cited in the Supreme Court

The magistrate of Supreme court, Pablo Llarena, who is investigating the cause of the ‘trial’ in Catalonia, had summoned Jordi Turull, Carme Forcadell, Raül Romeva, Josep Rull, Dolors Bassa and Marta Rovira, among others, for this Friday to inform them of the indictment.

Jordi Turull, Carme Forcadell, Raül Romeva, Josep Rull Y Dolors Bassa They have arrived progressively: first Forcadell, Romeva and Bassa have made their appearance, about fifteen minutes before 10:00 hours. Turull and Rull have appeared somewhat later. However, Marta Rovira has not appeared.

Precisely, Marta Rovira, Carme Forcadell and Dolors Bassa resigned their seats last night so that their personal situation does not “condition the normal activity of the Parliament and that no judge can blackmail the democratic will of the people of Catalonia” since “above the concrete names there is a shared project “.

Marta Rovira did not have her passport withdrawn or an exit ban

ERC number two had not withdrawn her passport or a ban on leaving the Spanish State in the precautionary measures imposed by the Supreme Court judge, Pablo Llarena, when he came to testify on February 19.

After appearing as investigated, the investigating magistrate ordered release on bail of 60,000 euros and fortnightly appearances in court.

The Prosecutor’s Office wants to arrest Rovira and the other six fled from Spain

The Prosecutor’s Office is going to ask the Supreme Court judge to request the international arrest of the ERC secretary general, Marta Rovira, and of the other six implicated in the Catalan sovereign process who have fled from Justice, among them the former president of the Generalitat, Carles Puigdemont.

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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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