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Spanish minister: Constitution is way to handle Catalonia
11 June 2018The new Spanish government minister tasked with managing the Catalonia region's secession movement said Saturday that constitutional reform would help end the c…
Op-ed: A radical thought: could constitutional monarchies be important aids to democracy?
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Catalonia appeals to ConCourt over Madrid steps on regional crisis
10 January 2018Catalan Parliament contested the Constitutional Court for the application of the 155th article of the Spanish Constitution, which limited the self-government of…
Op-ed: Does Spain need to reform its constitution?
14 December 2017Would constitutional reform help solve the Catalan crisis? And how likely is it? Political scientist Edu Bayón analyses the current state of play. Key figures…
Spanish PM willing to overhaul Constitution
11 December 2017Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said on Wednesday that he is willing to reform the Spanish Constitution, on three conditions. Speaking in Congress, on the 39th a…