The Socialist Party failedthis Wednesday, the requests for the Prime Minister, António Costa, the Secretary of State of the Prime Minister, António Mendonça Mendes, the national director of the PSP and those responsible for the secret services in the Commission of Inquiry to TAP (CPI ).
After the Prime Minister had been in the debate in Parliament and had reiterated his availability to provide all the clarifications that the CPI understood, the PS prevented the requests from Chega, Iniciativa Liberal and Bloco de Esquerda, requests after it became public that the Information and Security Service intervened in the recovery of the computer of former assistant to João Galamba, Frederico Pinheiro.
“None of them fits in the object of this CPI“, justified the socialist deputy, Bruno Aragão, referring to the requirements.
In addition to the PS’s votes against, the PCP abstained from all votes because it also considers that this topic does not fall within the scope of the Parliamentary Committee of Inquiry into TAP.
Voting took place at the end of this Wednesday afternoon, before the CPI heard the former head of the cabinet of the Minister of Infrastructure and Housing (Pedro Nuno Santos), Maria Antónia Barbosa de Araújo – who is currently the head of the cabinet of the secretary of State of Infrastructures.
Source: Renascença – Noticias by rr.sapo.pt.
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