Albuquerque returns to official duties

but no press invited

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The president of the Regional Government, Miguel Albuquerque, (I thought he’d resigned?) announced on his social network page that he visited the Madeira International Cancer Research Centre today, at the Nélio Mendonça hospital.

Accompanying the president of the resigning Government were other government officials and leaders from the health sector, namely the regional secretary of Health and Civil Protection, Pedro Ramos and other health officials and technicians.

The head of Government published a series of photographs, as he usually did before the political crisis that hit Madeira on January 24th.

The difference is that journalists were not invited to this visit.

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6 thoughts on “Albuquerque returns to official duties”

  1. Well after reading some of the Madeira newspapers and mainland it seems that the ex president of Regional Government after all this happening doesn’t rule out replaying again for the same position was president of the region. Many people around where will be very annoyed.😁😊

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  2. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, this is another dictatorship. You may as well have carried on with Salazar and Estado Novo and saved yourselves the bother of elections. Apparently people here love to punish themselves. Weird.

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    • Hobbs
      Despite all the supposed corruption or not at least in Madeira the projects they are built and finished opposite of mainland that never are done and finished . And after seeing the local news in TV channel 161 people think leave justice finish their enquirers and investigations but also felt and complete affront from mainland to destabilize and take away their autonomy .was you can see the local population not very happy the way everything was done .

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