Spain grants bail to arrested pro-independence politicians

Polls show next week's regional election in Catalonia is likely to leave its political crisis unresolved.

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    Polls show next week's regional election in Catalonia is likely to leave its political crisis unresolved.

    Spain imposed direct rule after October's secession referendum and jailed several pro-independence politicians.

    Some of them have recently been released, but they still face upcoming trials.

    Al Jazeera's Karl Penhaul reports from Igualada, Spain.


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