the EUROPEAN Court of justice shall re-examine the request from the two cataloniere to be europaparlamentarikere.
Hoping to become a member of the European Parliament meets again for the two Catalan eksledere Carles Puigdemont, and Antoni Comin.
Friday, the EUROPEAN Court of upper instance court asked the lower court to take up the case and examine the requests from the two cataloniere.
Carles Puigdemont, and Antoni Comin was elected to the European Parliament at the elections in may 2019.
But Spain has demanded that they come to Madrid and the oath, if they are to take their seats in the European Parliament.
It has Comin and Puigdemont not done. They fear that they will be arrested and prosecuted in Spain because of their roles in the separatist movement in Catalonia.
The two cataloniere tried to raise a case against the parliament at the EUROPEAN Court of justice. But it was rejected 1. July, on the grounds that one could not deal with a complaint, as the two were not officially approved by Spain.
The decision, which relates to the rejection of the case by the EUROPEAN Court of justice, the court's upper body is now inverted.
That was before the EUROPEAN elections, a doubt as to whether the former members of the Catalan government would be allowed to suit up for Spain.
the Spanish electoral authorities had otherwise blocked the former Catalan regionspræsident Puigdemont be able to make up.
Puigdemont fled from Spain in 2017 after leading a løsrivelsesforsøg in Catalonia.
Both Comin and Puigdemont live in exile in Belgium.
Thursday came the EUROPEAN Court of justice with a decision in another case with origins in the Catalan separatist group.
The former Catalan vice-president, Oriol Junqueras, who is imprisoned, was elected a member of the EU Parliament are entitled to immunity.
This means, among other things, that the separatistlederen should have been released, so he could take its role in the EU Parliament.
Junqueras, who was imprisoned as a result of løsrivelseskrisen in Catalonia in 2017, was elected to the EUROPEAN Parliament at the EU elections in may.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 20 December 2019, 12:00