The Communists pledged that the “Recovery and Resilience Plan” was “previously based on the opinions of the European Union.”
Communist Party leader Vasco Cardoso said on Tuesday that the government reduced its “investment in road infrastructure” in the “Recovery and Resilience Program (PRR) implemented by the European Union”.
The Commissioner’s Policy of the Central Committee said: “The PRR has its original sins, its framework, its guidelines, the funds remembered, and its fate was previously determined by the opinions of the European Union rather than the country’s needs”. After the ruling party was interviewed by the government’s audience in Parliament, the executive officer submitted the final version of the document to the public for consultation in Brussels.
He criticized: “This is just an example. It determines that what determines the type of investment included in the PRR is not a national priority, but a target previously set by a third party.”
When asked whether the government had elaborated on the decline in road investment at the meeting, the Chinese Communist Party leader denied the response.
He said: “If there are only a few countries, we would not know which country will stay. However, we clearly believe that it is the European Union, not that country, that decides.” To reiterate.