The president of the Generalitat, Quim Torra, and his predecessor in office, Carles Puigdemont, have been invited by MEPs favorable to the EU-Catalonia dialogue to give a conference at the headquarters of the European Parliament in Brussels, next Monday 18, which will deal with the trial of you procés.
The act will be announced formally on Thursday after the official confirmation of the participants, as sources from the organization have explained, adding that the two Catalan politicians have already received their invitations and accepted.
The paper is titled Catalonia and the trial on the referendum: A challenge for the European Union and announces Torra and Puigdemont - both under the charge of "president of Catalonia" - as the sole intervenors in an act that will begin at 6.30 pm.
This is an event organized by the NV-A nationalist flamenco MEP Ralph Packet and Slovenian MEP and ex-Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ivo Vajgl, both members of the EU-Catalonia dialogue platform, created by MEPs in support of the challenge secessionist in Catalonia.
The Spanish deputy Enrique Calvet (ex UPyD) has complained by letter to the president of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani
The president of the European Parliament, the Italian conservative Antonio Tajani, is aware of the call and has received by letter the complaint of an MEP, the Spanish liberal Enrique Calvet, although he has not made any decision, according to his team's sources.
The letter signed by Calvet asks Tajani to impede Puigdemont's access to the European institution for being a "fugitive" from Spanish justice and warns that his presence could "put at risk the safety of all and the good development, the image and the prestige of the political activity of this Institution ".
In addition criticizes that Puigdemont is presented in the poster of the act as president of Catalonia and considers that it is a "usurpation of functions", because, adds the MEP, "he is not president of anything." "The presence of a fugitive of Spanish justice and usurper of functions in the sanctuary of European democracy is insulting to the Member State and to all of Europe," he said in the letter to Tajani.