Monday 12 November
- Mas, Ortega, Rigau and Homs, sentenced to pay 4.9 million € for the unofficial independence referendum of the 9 November 2014, a precursor of last year’s referendum.
- Pro-independence Catalan party JxCat creates committee to investigate the irregular activities of the Spanish monarchy.
- The conservative magistrate Marchena will leave the presidency of the tribunal that will judge pro-independence Catalan politicians.
- Marchena will preside the CGPJ, the body that arbitrates the Spanish judicial system.
- Andrés Martínez Arrieta will take the place of Marchena in the Catalan independence trial.
Tuesday 13 November
- Carles Puigdemont offers himself as 2nd in the list to Oriol Junqueras for the European Parliament elections in a hypothetical united list of pro-independence parties.
- Reports that Spanish PM Sánchez will offer Catalonia a new statute within the existing autonomic framework.
Wednesday 14 November
- Arran activists throw yellow paint on judge Llarena’s house front door in Sant Cugat. This triggers comparisons across Spanish media outlets with Nazi Germany.
Thursday 15 November
- Catalan President Torra suggests “a democratic front” of catalans, basques and galicians in Europe.
Friday 16 November
- The Spanish right wing party PP will control “from behind” the Supremo court room of the 1-Oct referendum trial, says the party whip in the Senate, Ignacio Cosidó, in a leaked WhatsApp communication to party senators.
- The Supremo rejects again to grant freedom for Joaquim Forn.
Saturday 17 November
- Pablo Casado, the leader of Spanish right wing party PP, calls for the illegalisation of pro-independence youth group Arran due to the throwing of yellow paint incident outside magistrate Llarena’s flat.