This video says about itself:
Protests in Barcelona after former Catalan president arrested
25 March 2018
Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:
Carles Puigdemont, the leader of the separatist movement in Catalonia, will be extradited to Spain by Germany.
The last time a German government extradited a democratically elected head of the Catalan government to Spain was in 1940, when nazi dictator Adolf Hitler handed over Catalan Lluis Companys to his Spanish ally Franco; who had Companys tortured to death.
The justice department in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein has decided this on the basis of a judgment of the court in that state.
Today’s judgment said that it is possible to extradite Puigdemont for misappropriation of government money,
meaning using the Catalan government’s own money (not Madrid government money) to have the independence referendum
but not for rebellion.
Which may be a crime in Spain, but not in Germany. However, once Puigdemont will be in a Spanish jail, the Schleswig-Holstein court cannot stop Spanish judges from convicting Puigdemont for ‘rebellion’ as well. Spanish judges, many of whom were law students during the Franco dictatorship. Many of whom owe their jobs to the right-wing Popular Party, founded by an ex-minister of dictator Franco.
The prosecutor general then announced that the Catalan will be actually sent to Spain. …
In Catalonia, Puigdemont was succeeded by Quim Torra as president of the Catalan region. He had a talk this week with the new Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez about the future of the autonomous region Catalonia.
Will social democrat Sanchez stop the persecution of his right-wing predecessor Rajoy against Puigdemont and other Catalan political prisoners; against anti-monarchist rapper Josep Valtònyc; and in persecuting being drunk in a pub, or doing puppet theatre, as ‘terrorism’?
Spain to establish truth commission over Franco crimes: here.