BARCELONA, Spain – The crisis over Catalonia’s quest for independence escalated Thursday, as Spain’s central government prepared the unprecedented step of stripping the wealthy region of some of its self-governing powers after its leader refused to abandon secession.In his latest display of brinkmanship, Catalan President Carles Puigdemont sent a letter to Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy just minutes before a deadline set by Madrid for him to backtrack on his calls to secede.Puigdemont didn’t back down, however, and threatened to go ahead with a unilateral proclamation of independence if the government refuses to negotiate.“If the State Government persists in blocking dialogue and the repression continues, the Parliament of Catalonia will proceed, if deemed appropriate, to vote on the formal declaration of independence,” Puigdemont’s letter said in an English translation provided by the Catalan regional government.Spain’s government responded by calling a special Cabinet session for Saturday when it will set in motion Article 155 of the Spanish Constitution. That article allows for central authorities to take over all or some of the powers of any of the country’s 17 autonomous regions.Regarded as the “nuclear option,” such a punitive measure takes the standoff to another level. It probably will trigger outrage in Catalonia and could backfire by fostering sympathy for the independence movement, which polls suggest is supported only by about half of Catalans.With a mood of defiance hardening in the Catalan capital of Barcelona and the Madrid-based government adamant that the constitution doesn’t allow for the breakup of Spain, there seems to be no end in sight for one of Europe’s long-simmering disputes.The standoff has intensified since Oct. 1, when Catalan authorities held an independence referendum that Spain’s constitutional Court declared illegal. The national government sent thousands of police to enforce a court order disallowing the balloting, bringing violent clashes that further soured relations.The dispute is increasingly encroaching on the European Union’s political agenda. Catalonia wasn’t officially to be discussed at an EU summit starting Thursday in Brussels, but leaders offered their views. French President Emmanuel Macron reiterated his recent support for Rajoy, saying that the summit would be “marked by a message of unity around member states amid the crises they could face, unity around Spain.”European Council President Donald Tusk ruled out any EU role in the dispute, telling reporters on the sidelines of the summit that “there is no room, no space for any kind of mediation, or international initiatives or action.”While polls indicate that Catalonia’s 7.5 million residents are roughly divided over independence, an overwhelming majority wants to settle the issue in a binding legal referendum. Many Catalans have long stressed the region’s differences from the rest of Spain. The latest surge for independence began in 2010, when the constitutional Court struck down key parts of a groundbreaking charter that would have granted greater autonomy for Catalonia and recognized it as a nation within Spain.Article 155 has never been used in the four decades since democracy was restored after the dictatorship of Gen. Francisco Franco. The article leaves it up to the national government to decide what specific measures to take. Officials say Madrid will almost certainly seize control of Catalonia’s regional police to ensure law and order is maintained, along with tightening its grip on the region’s finances.Other measures being mulled are removing Puigdemont’s presidential powers, rescinding regional control over education and schools, calling fresh elections that would dissolve the regional parliament, and taking control of public media that are seen as mouthpieces for Catalonia’s pro-independence ruling coalition.Puigdemont claims the referendum gave him a mandate to declare independence. His government says more than 40 per cent of 5.5 million eligible voters cast ballots, with most favouring independence.So far, however, Puigdemont has only called for negotiations with Spain and international mediators.Andrew Dowling, an expert in Catalan history at Cardiff University in Wales, said any declaration of independence in the Catalan parliament would be merely symbolic without border and institutional controls.Such a unilateral declaration “will see (a) fracture between hard-liners and the pragmatic people in Catalonia, who are already seeing economic fallout,” Dowling said.Spain’s Association of Commercial Registers said Thursday that 971 companies, including Catalan banks, multinationals and midsized businesses, have moved their registered addresses out of the troubled region because of concerns about its future.___Giles reported from Madrid. Associated Press writers Frank Griffiths in London, Lorne Cook in Brussels and Angela Charlton in Paris contributed.
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The more than 100 year old Colombo District Secretariat building located at Dam Street was extensively damaged due to the fire late last month. The government analyst report has revealed that the fire at the Colombo District Secretariat building (Kachcheri) last month was not from an accident.According to the police media unit, the report says the building may have been set on fire.
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CHILDLINE HAS HIT ‘breaking point’ as charitable donations continue to decline, prompting fears for its future.The 24-hour support service for children, run by the Irish Society for the Protection of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC), receives up to 1,800 calls and messages everyday.Already, as many as 1 in 3 calls go unanswered.Recent controversies in the charitable sector has resulted in a significant decline in the amount of funding the ISPCC has received from the public and also the corporate sector.Volunteers even claim to have been verbally abused while fundraising.“I have seen first-hand the difference in how some people treat me when I am trying to raise money,” Monica, a volunteer with the ISPCC, said.“I have been shouted at, argued with and most often ignored.”The charity is now struggling under the weight of this, and has sparked fears that some services may need to be curtailed.“Be in no doubt that the ISPCC is at breaking point and cannot continue to provide vital nationwide 24-hour support if the current trend continues,” Ashley Balbirnie, Chief Executive of the ISPCC said. “This will leave a huge vacuum for vulnerable children in Ireland… They will quite simply have nowhere to turn and these children who are brave enough to call Childline should not be casualties of a controversy they played no part in.”Surveys of charities have shown that donations have fallen dramatic in recent weeks in the wake of controversies at the Central Remedical Clinic and Rehab Group.ISPCC: Four-year sentence for mother reminder that child abuse occurs nationwide >
38,952 Views A GARDA WHO went snooping for personal details on a new girlfriend on the Garda Pulse computer system received one of 75 sanctions imposed on gardai by the Garda authorities last year.In the case, the Garda Siochána Ombudsman Commission (Gsoc) investigated the woman’s claims that her ex-partner had accessed her personal details through Pulse.According to the Gsoc Annual Report for 2016 and in the case, the woman told Gsoc that the garda had told her he had looked her up on the system when they had first started dating. An examination of the Pulse system showed that the garda had accessed the woman’s details.Gsoc carried on a non-criminal investigation into the claim and the garda involved was interviewed and admitted accessing his former partner’s details and that it was not in an official capacity.According to Gsoc, the garda concerned was found to be in breach of discipline and sanctioned.In another case, two gardaí were sanctioned by their superiors for the manner in which they investigated allegations that a teenager had been sexually assaulted by an adult neighbour.In the case, the teen’s parents complained to Gsoc that the Garda investigation was unnecessarily delayed, resulting in loss of evidence, and that vital witnesses were not interviewed.A Garda superintendent investigated the parents’ complaints and was supervised by a Gsoc officer.The superintendent’s recommendations were endorsed by Gsoc and two of the six gardaí investigated were found to be in breach of the Garda (Discipline) Regulations 2007 and were sanctioned.Of the 75 sanctions imposed on gardai, the total included:22 fines30 instances of ‘advice’ issued11 cautions issued9 warnings3 reprimands.The report confirms that Gsoc referred a further 13 cases to the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) to decide if a prosecution should take place or not.In total last year, Gsoc finalised 1,706 complaints involving 3,839 allegations. However, in respect of 1,850 allegations, the cases were discontinued where further investigation was not necessary or reasonably practicable.In respect of a further 524 allegations, no breach of discipline was identified while the allegations were withdrawn in relation to a further 154 allegations while no misbehaviour in the criminal investigation by Gsoc of 33 allegations was identified.In 2016, Gsoc received 1,758 complaints containing 3,768 allegations – a 12% decrease on the numbers of complaints received in 2015.The types of allegations were similar to previous years, with about one-third related to abuse of authority and one-third to neglect of duty.In the Dublin Metropolitan Region (DMR), the West and South Central Divisions had the highest numbers of allegations, while outside the DMR, Galway and Cork City were the Garda Divisions with the highest numbers of allegations.The report states: “It is important to note that it follows that there is likely to be a higher number of complaints from larger, or busier, Divisions.”At the start of 2016, Gsoc had four Protected Disclosure (PD) cases on hand and over the course of the year received an additional seven PDs.The report states: “We expect this trend to continue into 2017. To this end, the Ombudsman Commission engaged with the Minister for Justice during the year about the need to commit additional resources to this important function, in order to deliver on it more effectively.” Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Share425 Tweet Email1 Jun 8th 2017, 6:10 AM 75 Comments By Gordon Deegan Image: Shutterstock/Ahmet 3A http://jrnl.ie/3432169 Garda used internal Pulse computer system to snoop on new girlfriend The abuse of the Garda information system was one case outlined in the Gsoc review of 2016 complaints. Image: Shutterstock/Ahmet 3A Thursday 8 Jun 2017, 6:10 AM
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The house that has the infamous Snowtown bank attached, is going up for sale on eBay.It’s being touted as a good family home, even though police discovered eight mutilated bodies in barrels inside the vault of the bank in 1999. Nigel Christie, sales director of Hale Real Estate in SA, said he would mention it’s past in line with eBay police on murder memorabilia but that buyers should contact him for more information. Mr Christie says the house is the ideal family home in a quiet rural town in South Australia. “It would be ideal as an investment, because you could rent out the business premises plus the home,” he said.Mr Christie said the house will be on Ebay for a 30-day auction. He said he had been told the property would also make an ideal bed and breakfast business, with a “come and stay here if you dare” theme. The property will also be advertised locally, with open inspection times yet to be confirmed.James Vlassakis along with his mother and half-brother, was involved in helping with the Snowtown murders and would later become the Crown’s star witness in the trials.
Pour Jean-Louis Borloo, les attaques contre le Giec sont “extrêmement graves”France – Suite aux récentes polémiques, mais aussi aux déclarations de Claude Allègre qui mettent à mal la crédibilité des prévisions du Groupe d’experts intergouvernemental sur l’évolution du climat (Giec), le ministre de l’Environnement Jean-Louis Borloo a fait part de sa désapprobation face aux propos des “climato-sceptiques”. Jean-Louis Borloo a été interrogé sur RTL au sujet du dernier livre de l’ancien ministre de l’Éducation nationale Claude Allègre et des propos très sceptiques que ce dernier tient vis-à-vis du réchauffement climatique. “Les climato-cyniques ne me font pas rire” a déclaré de ministre de l’Environnement, avant de rappeler que le consensus scientifique autour du Giec a été dressé “dans le cadre d’une procédure voulue par 192 États, où chacun peut intervenir, envoyer des notes, contester ce qui est fait, tout est parfaitement transparent”.Et Jean-Louis Borloo de souligner qu’alors que “tout le monde pouvait intervenir dans ce débat, les climato-cyniques en l’occurrence ne sont pas intervenus”. D’après le ministre, la remise en question de la véracité des rapports du Giec est souvent motivée par des intérêts industriels et financiers, et “dire qu’ici et maintenant ça n’a pas d’importance, c’est extrêmement grave”.Le 9 mars 2010 à 17:28 • Emmanuel Perrin
Clark County and the operator of the Chelatchie Prairie Railroad have agreed to mediation after weeks of acrimony and uncertainty surrounding a key legal agreement.Eric Temple, the president of the Portland Vancouver Junction Railroad, said in an email on Tuesday that he would agree to mediation with Clark County regarding the lease he holds to operate the 33-mile Chelatchie Prairie Railroad, which is owned by the county.Since last year, the county has been applying Senate Bill 5517, a revision to state land-use law that was signed into law last year and allows for freight-dependent industrial development along the railroad. During the process, the validity of the lease, which Temple’s company has held since 2012, has come under scrutiny. Earlier this month, Temple blocked a nonprofit from using a stretch of the railroad for a holiday ride out of concerns that he would be exposed to liability if the lease was invalid.The county has maintained an ambiguous position on the lease after David McDonald, a lawyer for environmental group Friends of Clark County, questioned if it had been properly authorized by the county’s legislative authority. Council Chair Marc Boldt has publicly questioned the lease’s validity, but the county has indicated it would treat it as valid unless a proper legal authority found otherwise.On Dec. 12, the Clark County Council quietly authorized county Manager Shawn Henessee to enter into mediation with Temple. Under the agreement, both parties agree to “abide by and honor” the terms of the lease for 90 days while they undergo mediation.
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PORTLAND — Police in southern Oregon held an unlikely suspect overnight: an adorable black bear cub.Myrtle Creek Police Chief Don Brown says a teen boy and his parents dropped off the cub in a large plastic storage bin at the police station Monday. The teen found the small animal whimpering in the bushes outside his house on the outskirts of town.He told police the bear’s mother was nowhere in sight.Still, Brown said it was dangerous for the teen to pick up the cub, because the mother bear could have spotted him and attacked. Adult female black bears can weigh up to 300 pounds.The 12-pound cub was “very well behaved” while spending the night at the station, Brown said.Police and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife officials looked for the cub’s mother the next day using a device that mimics a cub distress call, but couldn’t find her.The orphaned cub is now at the University of Oregon receiving a veterinary checkup. Fish and Wildlife officials said the cub is a female and is in generally good health, other than being underweight.They said the cub will be placed at a zoo, but they didn’t yet know which one.Oregon is home to 25,000 to 30,000 black bears. Myrtle Creek, 90 miles south of Eugene, has an abundance of wildlife, the police chief said. Residents often call authorities about bear and cougar sightings.
Three Baltimore police officers charged in the Freddie Gray case are asking Maryland’s second-highest court to block the state from appealing a lower-court ruling barring another officer from testifying against them.This May 1, 2015, file photo provided by the Baltimore Police Department shows, top row from left, Caesar R. Goodson Jr., Garrett E. Miller and Edward M. Nero, and bottom row from left, William G. Porter, Brian W. Rice and Alicia D. White, the six police officers charged with felonies ranging from assault to murder in the death of Freddie Gray. Baltimore prosecutors on Monday, Feb. 8, 2016, asked a judge to delay the trials of Rice, Miller and Nero, who are charged with assault, misconduct and reckless endangerment. Rice is also charged with manslaughter. (Baltimore Police Department via AP, File)Lawyers for Lt. Brian Rice and officers Garrett Miller and Edward Nero attached the motions to Baltimore Circuit Court filings made public Feb. 9. The motions are directed to the Court of Special Appeals.Prosecutors have told the appellate court they intend to appeal Circuit Judge Barry Williams’ Jan. 20 ruling barring them from forcing William Porter to testify against the others. Porter’s manslaughter trial in the Gray case ended in a hung jury in December.Defense attorneys say Williams’ decision is not appealable. They say the state is just trying to postpone their clients’ trials until after Porter’s retrial.
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