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Jailed Catalan leader was entitled to immunity as lawmaker: EU court

Reuters Thursday, 19 December 2019
A Catalan leader jailed for his role in an independence referendum deemed illegal by Spain was entitled to immunity as member of the European Parliament despite not having being able to take up his seat, the EU's highest court ruled on Thursday.
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