The hiring of Sérgio Figueiredo and the EDP case in the new episode of The Devil’s Advocate – Economy

This Friday we published the sixth episode of “The Devil’s Advocate – Justice and Numbers”, the new videocast of Negócios. Weekly, the director of Business, Diana Ramos, and the lawyer Luís Miguel Henrique talk about current economic issues and their legal connections.

In this episode, the strong themes are the controversial hiring of the former information director of TVI Sérgio Figueiredo to provide consultancy services to the Ministry of Finance and the developments in the EDP case.

The hiring of the former journalist by Fernando Medina has caused a lot of ink to flow and, for Luís Miguel Henrique, both should have avoided this situation.

Also the separation of processes in the EDP case, with the accusation against Ricardo Salgado, Manuel Pinho and his wife advancing first and the accusation against António Mexia and João Manso Neto only later in this episode.

Luís Miguel Henrique is a known face of the sport and as a lawyer he accompanied the BPN process, having also been the face of the defense of the victims of the BPP.

Every Friday, Diana Ramos and Luís Miguel Henrique will talk about the current economic situation, linking it to legal issues. Always – living up to the devil’s advocate figure – going beyond the obvious.

Source: Jornal de Negócios by

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