SCHLESWIG – The Catalan separatist and former regional premier Carles Puigdemont will definitely see you next week in a North German prison. The issue of whether he should be extradited to Spain and on what grounds that should, according to a spokeswoman of justice in Schleswig is very complicated and the treatment takes time.
Not until next week decides the public prosecutor or the supreme court of the state of Schleswig-Holstein is asked to consider the extradition of Puigdemont Spain.
The government of Puigdemont did, in October, a chaotic and unlawful attempt the region of Catalonia of Spain to separate. Since then he has been sought due to rebellion, sedition, and tampering with public money. He is at the end of October moved to Belgium. There ended the Spanish uitleveringsverzoek in legal debates. Sunday he’s on a trip from Finland to Belgium is held.