madrid/brussels - The question of whether the Belgian justice will hand over the deposed Catalan Prime Minister Carles Puigdemont to Spain is probably not answered on Friday. This suspicion Spanish media. The Belgian judiciary has requested additional information from colleagues in Spain, including the accusations and the conditions in prisons in Spain.
It would point out that justice takes time for the extradition case. In Brussels and Madrid it was previously reported that the judge pronounces Friday at 2 p.m. But more sessions would follow.
The separatist Puigdemont and four of his former ministers went to Belgium. Spain has asked for their extradition because of their attempts to separate Catalonia illegally in October. They are therefore accused, among other things, of rebellion, incitement and the abuse of government money.