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Catalan independence leaders 'unlawfully imprisoned'

Lawyers for three men present submissions to UN working group on arbitrary detention Lawyers in London, Barcelona and Paris acting for three detained Catalan independence leaders have appealed to the United Nations claiming that the men are unlawfully imprisoned. Submissions have been presented to the UN working group on arbitrary detention, asking it to intervene in the cases of Oriol Junqueras, the former vice-president, Jordi Cuixart and Jordi Sànchez.
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