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Catalunya's former Education Minister Clara Ponsati arrives for a preliminary hearing for her extradition at the Sheriff Court in Edinburgh, Scotland, April 12, 2018. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne(reuters_tickers)
EDINBURGH (Reuters) - A full extradition hearing in the case of Catalan ex-minister Clara Ponsati, who is fighting attempts to return her to Spain from Scotland, will start on July 30 and last two weeks, her lawyer Aamer Anwar said on Thursday.
Ponsati, currently working as a professor at Scotland's University of St Andrews, is one of several Catalan leaders being sought by the Spanish courts for their part in organising an independence referendum last year deemed illegal by the Spanish state.
(Reporting by Elisabeth O'Leary, editing by Stephen Addison)