The impact of Spain’s amnesty law for Catalan separatists

Spain’s Congress has approved an amnesty law that seeks to benefit nationalists facing legal action for separatist activity in Catalonia, with a focus on the former Catalan regional president Carles Puigdemont. The law aims to remove pending legal action against those accused of separatist activity, potentially benefiting hundreds of people, but facing criticism from opposition parties and critics who argue it is unconstitutional and politically motivated. The passage of this law could have significant implications for the political landscape in Catalonia and Spain, particularly with a snap election called for the region.