A man dressed as Sant Jordi (Saint George, patron of Aragon and Catalonia) attends a pro-unity rally organized by the Tabarnia movement, a fictional region that wants independence from Catalonia, on March 04, 2018 in Barcelona. / AFP / Josep LAGO
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A former Catalan minister wanted by Spain for her role in last year's independence bid is "making arrangements" to surrender to authorities in Scotland, where she had fled to, police said Sunday.Ponsati was a minister in the Catalan government when it declared independence from the rest of Spain following a referendum in October.She fled later that month with Puigdemont and three other former ministers to Brussels, after Spain -- which declared the referendum illegal -- dismissed the Catalan executive and imposed direct rule.Ponsati did not respond to an AFP request for comment.
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