BRUSSELS – The former and now arrested Catalan premier Carles Puigdemont would two weeks ago in Belgium a tracker have discovered under his car. According to several media attorneys, Puigdemont to the police in his hometown of Waterloo, near Brussels, was the discovery of the gps-transmitter, and a complaint filed for breach of privacy.
Puigdemont lives since February in Waterloo. He was in October, from Spain fled after he was indicted due to an attempt of Catalonia to separate. Sunday he was on the basis of a European arrest warrant in Germany was arrested when he was on the way back there was a lecture in Finland. He rode in a car with Belgian number plate. More than ten members of the Spanish intelligence service CNI mistook the separatist leader on that trip in the holes, have the authorities according to Spanish media confirmed.