The presence of the prime minister on the honorary commission of Luís Filipe Vieira's re-election to the presidency of Benfica motivated several criticisms from the left to the right, but there are also those who defend that “there is no legal impediment”. But is it really so? What does the Government's “ethical guide” say?
Adão Silva announced that his candidacy for the presidency of the social-democratic parliamentary group will be “of continuity” and will be based on a logic of “unity” between the parliamentary group and Rui Rio's leadership.
The Christian Democratic leader considers that example is "the only" way to influence others and stresses that it must be "ethical and moral duties" that must prevent the direct association of a prime minister and other politicians with sports officials. Telmo Correia is, along with António Costa, one of the names included in the support for Luís Filipe Vieira.
"There is no legal impediment." Parliamentary leader of CDS-PP defends António Costa in support of Luís Filipe Vieira
Telmo Correia, who is also part of Luís Filipe Vieira's re-election honor committee to the Benfica presidency, says that criticisms of the prime minister's support are “hypocritical” and “populist” and that support for the current Benfica president depends only António Costa's “conscience”.
The former Secretary of State for Passos Coelho considers that innovation should guide public policies and be the “engine” of the country's social well-being and development and a bet on qualifications that cross “the physical world and the digital world must be made ”.
The non-registered deputy (ex-PAN) argues that the laws are not yet properly adapted to the advances that have been made in the area of animal protection and that it is essential to impose non-discrimination against pet owners in accessing the lease.
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