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Jailed Catalan leader can't temporarily serve as EU lawmaker: EU court

Reuters Tuesday, 3 March 2020
A jailed Catalan separatist leader elected to the European Parliament while behind bars cannot serve as an EU lawmaker or enjoy immunity while his case is heard by the European Union Court of Justice, another EU court said on Tuesday.
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