“Any lunch at Autoeuropa resolves the disagreement”

“Any lunch at Autoeuropa resolves the disagreement”
“Any lunch at Autoeuropa resolves the disagreement”
A socialist Ana Gomes defended, on this Sunday night, at SIC Notícias, that the promulgation of social support, which the Government sent to the Constitutional Court, did not compromise the relationship between Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa and António Costa.

“I think that any lunch – which is already promised – resolves any minimal disagreement between the President of the Republic and the Prime Minister”, said the ex-candidate for President of the Republic.

In addition, the commentator pointed out, “no Portuguese would understand that, in this crisis situation, we were arranging yet another political crisis”.

Regarding the diplomas of social support in concrete, Ana Gomes is perpetual.

“They are extraordinary supports for an extraordinary situation. Because of the pandemic, people were unable to work. We are talking about socio-managers of micro companies, which are the largest companies in our country, or self-employed workers, such as workers. of Culture, which have been largely abandoned “, he said, stressing that these supports are the only way of” not making them increase the lines of requests for food support “.

“We are talking about people who are starving, who have lost their homes or who are at risk of losing them“, he stressed.

It should be remembered that, after being approved by the Assembly of the Republic and promulgated by Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, three diplomas on social support were sent, by António Costa’s Executive, to the Constitutional Court for these to supervise them.

Also Read: “There is no crisis here”. Marcelo justifies promulgation of support

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