Catalan politician Meritxell Serret surrenders to the Supreme Court after three years in self-imposed exile in Belgium following the declaration of independence in 2017 and her imputation of a crime of disobedience.
The Spanish and Catalan government meets for the first time after breaking the talks one year ago in the named "Dialogue Board" as a way to solve the constitutional and political crisis between both governments that erupted in 2017.
After the admission of the European Arrest Warrant against her, ousted Catalan Education Minister Clara Ponsatí, who is in a "self-exile" in Edinburgh, appears in court and is bailed without charges hours after.
The Catalan leaders who are imprisoned accused of rebellion, Oriol Junqueras, Jordi Turull, Jordi Sànchez and Josep Rull, are sworn in as members of the Congress of Deputies after being elected in the 28th April general election by an authorization of the Supreme Court.
Quim Torra gets 66 votes, 2 short of the 68 votes needed to be elected by an absolute majority of the 135-seat Parliament of Catalonia. A second round is to be held on Monday, in which he would need a simple majority to be elected.
The Spanish National Police Corps arrest the two Mossos d'Esquadra and Asia History academic, Josep Lluís Alay, who accompanied Puigdemont in the van at the moment he was detained in Germany amid a crime of concealment. On 28 March were released.