Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa took advantage of the reception to the national team of Wheelchair Handball to refer to the moment that the Government is going through with the new data from the commission of inquiry to TAP.
Assuming that he has “the deformation of a jurist”, who is “a professor of law” and “an institutionalist”, the President once again distanced himself from the reading made by the Prime Minister when he maintained the Minister of Infrastructure: “The prestige of institutions is fundamental“, he said, adding that “It’s really the most important”. And “tall the rest depends on it
Attentive to the good winds that economic forecasts have brought to the Government in recent days, the President also said that the prestige of institutions “is more important than economies, social issues, much more than personal issues“.
Short statements that resume the thesis that led him to defend with the head of government that the Minister of Infrastructure should have left. João Galamba is heard this Thursday, at the parliamentary commission of inquiry, at 5 pm.
Source: Expresso by expresso.pt.
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