Spain's top prosecutor calls for rebellion charges with up to 30-year jail terms, to be brought against Catalan leaders
Spain's chief prosecutor has called for charges including rebellion - which carries a maximum 30-year jail term - to be brought against Catalan leaders.
José Manuel Maza said they should also face sedition charges, following the region's declaration of independence.
It comes as Spain acts to take direct control of Catalonia, replacing senior officials.
Meanwhile, former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont is reported to be in the Belgian capital, Brussels.
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