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Descriere: epa07926210 Spanish national police members stand guard during a protest against the Spanish Supreme Court's ruling of multiple jail terms for pro-independence leaders, in Barcelona, northeastern Spain, 16 October 2019. Spanish acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has separately convened the three main political parties' leaders, UP's Pablo Iglesias, PP's Pablo Casado and Ciudadanos' Albert Rivera to analyze the escalation of violence after the Supreme Court announced the 'proces' ruling of prison terms against the Catalan political leaders accused of the organization of the Catalan illegal referendum held in 2017. The Spanish Supreme Court on 14 October 2019 issued a fresh European arrest warrant for the deposed former president following its sentencing of former Catalan Vice President Oriol Junqueras to 13 years in jail for sedition and misuse of public funds. Several other political leaders were also handed multi-year prison sentences for their roles in holding a failed independence vote. Several protest marches called 'Marches for Freedom' are running from the five Catalan cities of Girona, Vic, Berga, Tarrega and Tarragona to arrive to Barcelona next 18 October. EPA/ANDREU DALMAU