«The supreme court must make the decisions considering if the cases that justify imprisonment occur with the people who appear today and it is very evident that there is no risk of destruction of evidence, there is no risk of reiteration of the crime and there is no risk of escape.» Spain's Supreme Court has remanded several Catalan politicians over their involvement in the failed push for... Еще independence last fall in Madrid, Friday. Footage shows the Catalonian politicians as they arrived at the Supreme Court, including those were remanded, namely Josep Rull, Raul Romeva, Dolors Bassa, Carme Forcadell, and current candidate for President of Catalonia, Jordi Turull. They were charged with rebellion, a crime which can carry maximum sentence of 30 years imprisonment if found guilty. Marta Rovira, the secretary general of the Catalan Republican Left (ETC) announced publicly that she had fled the country and failed to appear in court. According to reports, she has travelled to Switzerland.