The former president of Generalitat Carles Puigdemont and at least four exadvisors are on Monday in Brussels, as sources close to government have reported. The trip has occurred on same day that state attorney general, José Manuel Maza, has announced a complaint against him and all members of Government for crimes of rebellion, sedition and embezzlement. Along with Puigdemont have traveled to Belgian capital Dolors Bassa (ERC), Toni ate (ERC), Joquim Forn (PDeCAT) and Meritxell Borràs (PDeCAT), according to sources of Interior. The only two exadvisors of Catalan executive who have been allowed to see this Monday in public in Catalonia have been Oriol Junqueras and Josep Rull.
Puigdemont has moved to this country only one day after Secretary of State for asylum and Belgian migration, Theo Francken (of Flemish nationalist Party N-VA), provoked a controversy by opening door to grant of asylum to former president, an offer that was Soon after denied by prime minister, Charles Michel.
The MHP of Republic Exile is a report against Ñ Davant dels Estaments europeus, international i ens serva la dignitat de l ' 1 Oct.— Lluís Llach (@lluis_llach) 30 October 2017
Lluís Llach, deputy of Junts PEL Yes, considers Puigdemont "exiled". "The very honorable President of exiled Republic is a complaint against" Ñ "[Spain] before European, international and dignity of October 1," he wrote in his Twitter profile.