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Parliamentary questions
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5 March 2019
E-001169-19
Question for written answer E-001169-19
to the Council
Rule 130
María Teresa Giménez Barbat (ALDE)

 Subject:  The German company T-Systems and the secessionist process in Catalonia
 Answer in writing 

Spanish judicial authorities have documents proving that the German company T-Systems, which is owned by Telekom whose biggest shareholder is the German Government, provided the Autonomous Government of Catalonia with services connected with the secessionist process.

Bearing in mind that the leaders of that secessionist process are currently on trial before Spain’s Supreme Court:
1. Does the Council believe that collaboration by this company (in which, it must be stressed, a Member State owns shares) with the Catalan secessionist movement breaches principles recognised in the Treaties, namely Articles 2 and 3 on European Union, which seek, respectively, to ensure mutual respect for the different constitutional orders and sincere cooperation between Member States?
2. If so, does it plan to take any action?
Original language of question: ES 
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