(This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Rahola and the second or maternal family name is Martínez.) Pilar Rahola i Martínez (Catalan pronunciation: [piˈɫa rəˈɔɫə]) (Barcelona, October 21, 1958) is a Spanish journalist, writer, and former politician and MP. From 1987 to 1990, Rahola was director of the Catalan publishing house Pòrtic, and as a journalist, she was involved in covering the Eritrean-Ethiopian War, the Balkan Wars, the Gulf War, and the fall of the Berlin Wall.

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  • Pilar Rahola Martínez (Barcelona, 21 de octubre de 1958) es una filóloga, política, periodista y tertuliana radiofónica y televisiva española de ideología independentista catalana. Fue diputada por Barcelona en el Congreso dentro del Grupo Parlamentario Mixto entre 1993 y 2000. Es columnista en el diario La Vanguardia y es o ha sido colaboradora o tertuliana de programas radiofónicos y televisivos como Julia en la onda, 8 al día o La noria. Fue miembro del Consejo Asesor para la Transición Nacional, un organismo adscrito al Departamento de la Presidencia de la Generalidad creado en 2013 para asesorar sobre el proceso de independencia de Cataluña. (es)
  • Pilar Rahola i Martínez (Barcelone, 21 octobre 1958) est une journaliste, écrivaine et femme politique espagnole. (fr)
  • (This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Rahola and the second or maternal family name is Martínez.) Pilar Rahola i Martínez (Catalan pronunciation: [piˈɫa rəˈɔɫə]) (Barcelona, October 21, 1958) is a Spanish journalist, writer, and former politician and MP. Rahola studied Spanish and Catalan Philology at the Universitat de Barcelona. She has published several books in Spanish and Catalan, and she is a columnist at La Vanguardia in Spain, and collaborated with La Nación in Argentina; and Diario de América in the United States. She appears frequently on television and has taken part in several university lectures. She comes from a republican and anti-fascist family, and several of her relatives have been politicians or writers: Pere Rahola, minister of the navy of the republic; Frederic Rahola, first Síndic de Greuges (public defender) in the Generalitat de Catalunya; and Carles Rahola, a writer executed by Francoists. Rahola is married and has three children, two of them adopted: one from Barcelona, the other from Siberia. From 1987 to 1990, Rahola was director of the Catalan publishing house Pòrtic, and as a journalist, she was involved in covering the Eritrean-Ethiopian War, the Balkan Wars, the Gulf War, and the fall of the Berlin Wall. As a politician, she was the only member of Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya in Spanish Congress of Deputies representing Barcelona Province in the 5th and 6th Spanish legislatures from 1993 to 2000, as well as serving as vice-mayor of Barcelona city. She also participated in several committees of investigation, especially those related to political corruption such as the comisión Roldán. In 1996, Rahola left Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya to join Àngel Colom and Joan Laporta in a new political group, the "Partit per la Independència," but after this failed she decided to concentrate on journalism and writing. Her areas of interest include women's rights, international human rights, and animal rights. In recent years she has spoken of what she considers to be the hypocrisy of left wing politicians who do not share her views, with regards Israel and Zionism. In 2013 the Jewish National Fund planted a forest with 2,500 trees in her honor in Yatir, in the Negev. Since 2013 she is a member of the Catalonia's National Transition, official Committee of the Catalan government who works for a referendum on self-determination of Catalonia (en)
  • Пила́р Рао́ла-и-Марти́нес (исп. Pilar Rahola i Martínez; род. 21 октября 1958, Барселона) — испанский каталонский журналист и писатель, бывший левый политик и депутат парламента Испании от Левой республиканской партии Каталонии. Она является автором нескольких книг, опубликованных на испанском и каталонском языках, сотрудничала с испанской газетой «Эль Паис», ведет колонки для испанской газеты «La Vanguardia» и аргентинской La Nación (англ.) и Diario de América (англ. в США. (ru)
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  • Pilar Rahola Martínez (Barcelona, 21 de octubre de 1958) es una filóloga, política, periodista y tertuliana radiofónica y televisiva española de ideología independentista catalana. Fue diputada por Barcelona en el Congreso dentro del Grupo Parlamentario Mixto entre 1993 y 2000. Es columnista en el diario La Vanguardia y es o ha sido colaboradora o tertuliana de programas radiofónicos y televisivos como Julia en la onda, 8 al día o La noria. Fue miembro del Consejo Asesor para la Transición Nacional, un organismo adscrito al Departamento de la Presidencia de la Generalidad creado en 2013 para asesorar sobre el proceso de independencia de Cataluña. (es)
  • Pilar Rahola i Martínez (Barcelone, 21 octobre 1958) est une journaliste, écrivaine et femme politique espagnole. (fr)
  • Пила́р Рао́ла-и-Марти́нес (исп. Pilar Rahola i Martínez; род. 21 октября 1958, Барселона) — испанский каталонский журналист и писатель, бывший левый политик и депутат парламента Испании от Левой республиканской партии Каталонии. Она является автором нескольких книг, опубликованных на испанском и каталонском языках, сотрудничала с испанской газетой «Эль Паис», ведет колонки для испанской газеты «La Vanguardia» и аргентинской La Nación (англ.) и Diario de América (англ. в США. (ru)
  • (This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Rahola and the second or maternal family name is Martínez.) Pilar Rahola i Martínez (Catalan pronunciation: [piˈɫa rəˈɔɫə]) (Barcelona, October 21, 1958) is a Spanish journalist, writer, and former politician and MP. From 1987 to 1990, Rahola was director of the Catalan publishing house Pòrtic, and as a journalist, she was involved in covering the Eritrean-Ethiopian War, the Balkan Wars, the Gulf War, and the fall of the Berlin Wall. (en)
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