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The deputy minister for parliamentary affairs headed the government bench in the morning.

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The deputy minister for parliamentary affairs headed the government bench in the morning.

ANDRE COSTERS/LUSA

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  • 22.11, 10:30
    PSD: “This absolute arrogance no longer respects even the safety of children and youth”


  • 22.11, 10:28
    Suffice it to say that he wants a police risk subsidy of 450 euros. Government says growth must be ‘sustainable’


  • 22.11, 10:24
    The debate begins with accusations of “cheating” and “almsgiving” between the Azorean and Madeiran deputies of PS and PSD.

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  • PCP pushes for proposal to update pensions for inflation

    Alfredo Maia of the PCP is now talking about the value of reforms and pensions. “There are only two options to uphold the government’s decision by being complicit in a sharp reduction in the income of those who need it most, or to step forward and allow the elderly and retirees to regain purchasing power,” he said, defending inflationary inflation. .

    The PCP wants an 80% increase with a minimum guarantee of an increase of 50 euros per pensioner, but yesterday the proposed amendment was rejected by a specialized parliamentary committee.

    “The real opportunity to restore the truth in relations between the state and pensioners is to approve the proposal of the PKP,” he concluded at the plenary session, where the Communists will again put their proposed amendment to the vote.

  • PSD: “This absolute arrogance no longer respects even the safety of children and youth”

    PSD’s Luis Gomez recalls the LNEC study on seismic vulnerability in Lisbon, which states that 2,400 children and young people will be displaced, and PSD’s proposals to strengthen buildings under the decentralization fund in this sense.

    “Yesterday we felt the weight of the steamroller of this limited majority. We are convinced that this absolute arrogance no longer respects the safety of children and youth in this country, and we hope history will not prove us right.”

  • Suffice it to say that he wants a police risk subsidy of 450 euros. Government says growth must be ‘sustainable’

    The debate is now ongoing with Chega and the security forces. Parliament leader Pedro Pinto says the government is “more concerned about protecting criminals” and says that an average of six policemen have been attacked a day since the start of the year.

    Chega defends an increase in risk subsidies to the security forces to 450 euros, so that “a career would be more attractive.” He says it’s “a lie, a lie” that the government is working for the security forces.

    Patricia Gaspard speaks for the government and replies that “this OE and all the work of recent years is a mirror of this government’s commitment to the security forces.” The risk subsidy has been increased from 33 euros to 100 euros and “this evolution must take place gradually and sustainably”.

    “This is not about populist narratives, but about serious work,” Chega shoots.

  • The debate begins with accusations of “cheating” and “almsgiving” between the Azorean and Madeiran deputies of PS and PSD.

    MPs start today by discussing the proposals that were voted on yesterday but that the parties have decided to call this morning, that is, to call them back to the plenary for discussion and re-vote, sometimes allowing changes in the values ​​of the vote and in the final vote (or, in other cases , draw attention to flagship proposals, even if they are rejected again).

    The PSD starts the day by stating the need for democratization and increased access to the courts, defending proposals to change the access to justice regime that failed yesterday.

    PS recalls that it has proposed a study and a contingency plan for Madeira Airport for 2023 (with the Socialists, as they have a majority able to approve whatever they propose). PSD’s Patricia Dantas replies that the plan would be a “joke” because setting up a working group or study to address the issue – in this case really changing conditions at Madeira Airport – is preferable.” reception” PS and “deception”.

    On behalf of PS, Francisco César defends PS’s proposal for “the execution of a trilateral program contract agreed between the Government of the Republic, the University of the Azores and the Regional Government of the Azores, for the purpose of institutional training of the University of the Azores. Azores”.

    Paulo Moniz says that there is a “reluctance” of the PS to submit to the University of the Azores and that if the PS had wanted to do so, it would have included the proposal in the OE initially, instead of proposing an amendment to the document. . “It’s not structural, it’s giving alms year after year to keep the University of the Azores at the mercy” of every government. The Secretary of State for Higher Education, Pedro Nuno Teixeira, intervened and said the proposal contributed to the university’s increased “internationalization and scientific consolidation”. “Ask the University of the Azores if he is not satisfied, and the University of Madeira if he does not want to have the same contract,” César throws at the PSD.

    Paulo Moniz continues the war between the deputies of the autonomous regions: “Socialists are those who do not keep their promises at the University of the Azores!”

  • Yesterday, PAN was able to approve a proposed amendment to examine price differences between men and women, called the “pink rate”.

    Is there a pink tax in Portugal? This is something that will be found out in a PAN-approved study.

  • Most under pressure

    There had already been a debate this morning, the first in a long week, with the opposition trying to gain a foothold in budget amendments. The socialist majority was forced not to be alone in the latest photo of OE paea 2023:

    Pressure on the majority so that it does not remain “closed in itself”

  • What’s left of the first day

    The scheme of the day is the same as yesterday (and will remain so until Thursday): in the morning the plenum meets to discuss the proposal of the government and the amendments proposed by the parties; in the afternoon, the budget and finance committee meets to vote on each item.

    Let’s recap yesterday/evening:

    (Again) menstruation, more education and the pink tax. First day of voting on the state budget

  • Good morning,

    The Assembly of the Republic enters the second day of work on the State Budget for 2023. The browser will follow the day live, just like yesterday.

    Are products for women more expensive than similar products for men? PAN approves ‘pink tax’ study


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