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Portugal’s presidency: to heal Europe

By László Andor / 7 January, 2021

If you hated Covid-19 in 2020, you will hate it more in 2021, under the Portuguese presidency of the EU Council. The mundane reason for this is that the period of presidency in the EU is not simply a time of pushing dossiers, dialogues and trilogues, but also one of […]

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Strong socialist victory in Portugal

By Maria João Rodrigues / 8 October, 2019

The Portuguese Socialists (PS), led by Antonio Costa, have achieved an outstanding victory giving them 106 of the Parliament’s 230 seats.

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Democracy and citizens’ expectations

By Ana Catarina Mendes / 17 December, 2018

Democracy cannot be taken for granted

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Portugal’s left wing coalition shows the way forward for Progressives

By Maria Freitas / 23 November, 2017

Breaking away from austerity is feasible and progressive policies are conducive to economic growth.

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Portugal’s left-wing success story

By Pedro Nuno Santos / 23 November, 2017

It was therefore a historical and communication challenge that had to be surpassed in order to build bridges between all the left wing parties.

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Portugal: A historical political pact on the left

By Sofia Serra da Silva / 23 February, 2017

Since November 2015, Portugal has a left-wing government led by Prime Minister António Costa from the Socialist Party (PS) with the parliamentary support of three other left-wing political parties: the Communists (PCP), the Greens (PEV) and the radical left (Bloco de Esquerda- Left Block). This government reflects the results of […]

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