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Rull and Forn joined the hunger strike against the injustice of the Constitutional Court

The exconsellers Josep Rull and Joaquim Forn, both in pre-trial detention in the prison Lledoners (Barcelona), will start from early this morning on a hunger st

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Rull and Forn joined the hunger strike against the injustice of the Constitutional Court

The exconsellers Josep Rull and Joaquim Forn, both in pre-trial detention in the prison Lledoners (Barcelona), will start from early this morning on a hunger strike, like their fellow Jordi Sanchez and Jordi Turull, to report that the Constitutional Court consistently blocks their resources of shelter that may not have recourse to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). The two politicians have announced this Monday afternoon through a press release that they also add to the strike initiated by Sanchez and Turull last Saturday.

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In the statement that they have signed, the two exconsejeros argue that have added to the extent for the same reasons as their peers: reporting that the High Court supports, without delay, all their resources —usually only dealing with 1.5% of that received by— but not the resolve to avoid recourse to the european court. Rull, Turull and Sanchez are members of Junts per Catalunya and Quim Betboo Forn resigned his seat early last January. The four prisoners Left -Oriol Junqueras, Raül Romeva, Dolors Bassa, and Carme Forcadell - have not joined the strike as well as Jordi Cuixart, president of Omnium Cultural.

"it Is an extreme measure of protest. We legitimize to make this decision, the injustice that we suffer, to the injury of our key decisions and the arbitrariness of the court", they stated in the text. "It is not our protest, or our comrades, on a hunger strike to ask for any special treatment or positive discrimination. It is, quite simply, the only alternative we have to make more visible the discrimination and violation of our fundamental rights".

The seven pro-independence leaders were jailed in Lledoners announced the past Friday night, a campaign to denounce their situation when they miss a few weeks to start the trial by the query illegal from 1 October 2017 at the Supreme Court. The seven appeared in a photograph released by Omnium accompanied by a press release. Jordi Pina, a counsel of Turull and Sànchez, already slid the Saturday morning that he did not rule out that other prisoners would join the protest. The collective has created a web page titled vagadefam that sets out the complaint and to which have acceded to 192.000 people.

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