PremiumPaulo Cafôfo: “Screaming from Funchal to Lisbon does not reinforce autonomy”

New leader of Madeiran socialists, although he only joined in 2019, Paulo Cafôfo defends a different economic model for the autonomous region.

He arrived, joined and won, followed on Sunday by the consecration of leadership in the congress of PS-Madeira. Paulo Cafôfo, 49, who was elected president of the Câmara doFunchal twice and was close to defeating the PSD in the 2019 regionals, still as an independent, explains the priorities of a mandate that has the arrival to the regional government as a goal, in an interview which can also be seen on the JE website.

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