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>> Behind bars on Tuesday, the leaders of Catalonia's two main separatist groups pending trial for sedition as Spain's worst political crisis in decades deepens. Their jailing Monday night sparking protests and a government walk out on Tuesday. Catalonia is refusing to renounce its symbolic declaration of independence. Madrid has given Catalan leaders until Thursday to do so.
> While the two pro-independence leaders are accused of helping to orchestrate protests. The Catalan government accusing Madrid of taking political prisoners, a reminder of life under dictator General Franco when Catalan culture was suppressed.
Reuters Julien Toyer is in Madrid.>> Most of international and also local analysts agree on a simple thing, the Catalonia crisis might get a little bit worse before it gets better. Now what the uncertainty is for how long it's gonna get worse and whether its gonna get worse only financially, economically, but also in terms of police or even if there will be some violence.
>> Also under investigation Catalonia's police chief, accused of failing to order his force to impose a ban on the independence referendum last month.>>