PCP Secretary General Jerónimode Sousa believes today that “at least hastily” can we predict the party’s position in the next state budget and “throw away the edges” to achieve the current budget.
Jerónimode Sousa was asked about the President of the Republic’s belief in 2022 while visiting the Vila Franca de Gila Museum initiated by the 12th Portuguese Communist Youth Congress (JCP) The budget “can be similar to 2021 through its support basis, and then get PS approval by a number of votes, while PCP, ENP and PAN abstain.
The Republican leader believes: “The President of the Republic has always had a strong analytical ability, which is not always correct. This is the same analysis as anyone else.”
Jerónimode Sousa emphasized that there is a “central problem” for PCP.
“We are not discussing the future budget for 2022. We are still at the necessary completion stage for approval in 2021. We cannot skip the stage. The government must take responsibility for certain measures that have not yet been completed,” he defended.
For the Communist Party leader, “it will be hurried at least. It will try to discuss a non-existent budget on an analytical level, and discard many approved economic and social issues, many of which are based on pentachlorophenol. proposal”.
He emphasized: “The work that has been completed will be completed, and then a proposal for the future budget will be proposed. Before that, we will immediately proceed with this work.”
The general secretary of the Communist Party said that the party’s position in future budget proposals will take into account the “implementation of effective content”.
“I never really thought about guessing, and hurriedly judged something that does not exist. How do you ask the PCP, BE, PS, PSD, or CDS to take a stand on a proposal that does not yet exist, and you are unwilling to do so? “Do not you know? “he asks.
“No one thinks that we will silence many suggestions and leave them behind (…), otherwise the discussion and approval of certain measures will no longer be of value. Now, these suggestions need to be clarified. Persist in “by PS government”.
When asked whether the urgency of the calendar and budget debates between municipalities would hinder or facilitate this negotiation, the head of the PCP believed that “these are two issues of autonomy.”
He warned: “What is needed are social measures that cannot solve all problems, but can benefit thousands of Portugal. Otherwise, it is clear that we will condemn PS’s position and retreat here.”
In the exhibition “Representaçõesdo Povo” exhibited at the Museum of Neorealism in Xira, Jerónimode Sousa called on the Portuguese to return to visit these cultural spaces.
He said: “Today, they have very important needs, from watchmen to conservatives to restorers.” He warned that “the risk of knowledge is gone forever.”
Jerónimode Sousa respected the safety measures taken by the 19th rabies pandemic and defended the “reinvigorating” Portuguese visit to museums.