These are the sentences imposed on the 12 defendants


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Sentence of the ‘process’

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This is the verdict for each of the defendants, of whom nine are close to serving two years in provisional prison.

The Supreme court has dictated this Monday his sentence on the 12 accused to promote the so-called independence process in Catalonia during the fall of 2017. This is the verdict for each of the defendants, of which nine are close to serving two years in provisional prison:

ORIOL JUNQUERAS: Former vice president of the Government and former Minister of Economy and Finance.

Sentenced to 13 years in prison and 13 years of absolute disqualification for crimes of sedition in media contest with a crime of embezzlement of public funds aggravated by reason of its amount.

The Prosecutor’s Office requested 25 years in prison and the same disqualification for aggravated rebellion in his capacity as leader and embezzlement of public funds.

The Lawyers requested 12 years in prison for sedition and embezzlement.

The popular accusation exercised by VOX requested 74 years in prison for two crimes of rebellion, criminal organization and embezzlement.

JORDI TURULL: Former Minister of the Presidency and spokesman for the Government.

Sentenced to 12 years in prison and 12 years of absolute disqualification for the crime of sedition in a media contest with a crime of embezzlement of public funds aggravated by reason of its amount.

Prosecutor requested 16 years in prison and 16 years of disqualification for the crime of rebellion aggravated by the embezzlement of public funds.

The State Attorney requested 11 and a half years in prison for sedition and embezzlement.

The popular accusation claimed 74 years in prison for two crimes of rebellion, criminal organization and embezzlement.

RAÜL ROMEVA: Former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Institutional Relations and Transparency.

Sentenced to 12 years in prison and 12 years of absolute disqualification for the crime of sedition in a media contest with a crime of embezzlement of public funds aggravated by reason of its amount.

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Prosecutor requested 16 years in prison and 16 years of disqualification for the crime of rebellion aggravated by the embezzlement of public funds.

The State Attorney requested 11 and a half years in prison for sedition and embezzlement.

The popular accusation claimed 74 years in prison for two crimes of rebellion, criminal organization and embezzlement.

LOW PAIN: Former Minister of Labor, Social Affairs and Family.

Sentenced to 12 years in prison and 12 years of absolute disqualification for the crime of sedition in media contest with a crime of embezzlement of public funds aggravated by reason of its amount.

Prosecutor requested 16 years in prison and 16 years of disqualification for the crime of rebellion aggravated by the embezzlement of public funds.

The State Attorney requested 11 and a half years in prison for sedition and embezzlement.

The popular accusation of VOX asked for 74 years in prison for two crimes of rebellion, criminal organization and embezzlement.

CARME FORCADELL: Former Speaker of Parliament

Sentenced to 11 years and 6 months in prison and equal time of absolute disqualification for the crime of sedition.

The Ficalía requested 17 years in prison and 17 years of disqualification for the crime of aggravated rebellion due to the status of boss or promoter and for the embezzlement of public funds.

The State Attorney requested 10 years in prison for sedition.

The popular accusation exercised by VOX requested 62 years in prison for two crimes of rebellion and criminal organization.

JOAQUIM FORN: Former Minister of the Interior.

Sentenced to 10 years and 6 months in prison and 10 years and 6 months of absolute disqualification for a crime of sedition

Prosecutor’s Office requested 16 years in prison and disqualified for the crime of rebellion aggravated by the embezzlement of public funds.

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The State Attorney requested 11 and a half years in prison for sedition and embezzlement.

The popular accusation asked for 74 years in prison for two crimes of rebellion, criminal organization and embezzlement.

JOSEP RULL: Former Minister of Territory and Sustainability.

Sentenced to 10 years and 6 months in prison and 10 years and 6 months of absolute disqualification for a crime of sedition.

Prosecutor requested 16 years in prison and 16 years of disqualification for the crime of rebellion aggravated by the embezzlement of public funds.

The State Attorney requested 11 and a half years in prison for sedition and embezzlement.

The popular accusation claimed 74 years in prison for two crimes of rebellion, criminal organization and embezzlement.

JORDI SÀNCHEZ: Former president of the Catalan National Assembly (ANC).

Sentenced to 9 years in prison and 9 years of absolute disqualification for a crime of sedition.

The Prosecutor’s Office requested 17 years in prison and 17 years of disqualification for the crime of aggravated rebellion due to the status of boss or promoter and for the embezzlement of public funds.

The State Attorney requested 8 years in prison for sedition.

The popular VOX prosecution requested 62 years in prison for two crimes of rebellion and criminal organization.

JORDI CUIXART: President of Òmnium Cultural.

Sentenced to 9 years in prison and 9 years of absolute disqualification for a crime of sedition.

The Prosecutor’s Office requested 17 years in prison and 17 years of disqualification for the crime of aggravated rebellion due to the status of boss or promoter and for the embezzlement of public funds.

The State Attorney requested 8 years in prison for sedition.

The popular accusation claimed 62 years in prison for two crimes of rebellion and criminal organization.

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MERITXELL BORRÀS: Former Minister of the Interior, Public Administrations and Housing.

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Sentenced to a 10-month fine, with a daily fee of 200 euros, and a 1 year and 8 months of special disqualification for a crime of disobedience. Acquitted of the crime of embezzlement.

The Prosecutor’s Office requested 7 years in prison and 16 years of disqualification and a fine of 30,000 euros for the crime of embezzlement of public funds and continued disobedience.

The State Bar requested 7 and a half years in prison and a fine of 30,000 euros for sedition and embezzlement.

The popular accusation claimed 24 years in prison and a fine of 216,000 euros for a crime, criminal organization and embezzlement.

CARLES MUNDÓ: Former Minister of Justice.

Sentenced to a 10-month fine with a daily fee of 200 euros, and a 1 year and 8 months of special disqualification for a crime of disobedience. Acquitted of a crime of embezzlement.

The Prosecutor’s Office requested 7 years in prison and 16 years of disqualification and a fine of 30,000 euros for the crime of embezzlement of public funds and continued disobedience.

The State Bar requested 7 and a half years in prison and a fine of 30,000 euros for sedition and embezzlement.

The popular accusation asked for 24 years in prison and a fine of 216,000 euros for a crime, criminal organization and embezzlement.

SANTIAGO VILA: Former Minister of Business and Knowledge.

Sentenced to a 10-month fine with a daily fee of 200 euros and a 1 year and 8 months of special disqualification for a crime of disobedience. Acquitted of the crime of embezzlement.

The Prosecutor’s Office requested 7 years in prison and 16 years of disqualification and a fine of 30,000 euros for the crime of embezzlement of public funds and continued disobedience.

The State Bar requested 7 and a half years in prison and a fine of 30,000 euros for sedition and embezzlement.

The popular accusation asked for a fine for a crime of disobedience.




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