President’s Support Grows to Lead Party Amid Controversial Release of Defendants

President's Support Grows  to Lead Party

Albuquerque forces return. Swayed by the judge’s decision to release the three defendants, due to lack of evidence of crime, the resigning president sees an increase in support within the PSD so that he can continue to lead the party and run again in the next elections – this is the headlines in the Diario this morning.

There is more to see in this Friday’s edition. Public Ministry under fire.  Several personalities are asking for explanations about the process that led to the 22-day detention of Pedro Calado and two businessmen. The newspaper observes that the President of the Republic, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa refuses to comment on the case and does not reveal what he intends to do regarding his role in resolving the political crisis in the Region.

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