Rui Tavares calls for a “different legislature” and for Portugal to be a “vanguard economy” in the European Union — DNOTICIAS.PT
The sole deputy of Livre called today for this legislature to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the “different” European April 25th and have “objects of political desire”, such as making Portugal a “vanguard economy of the Union”.
“To work, to work, because, as I said [o jornalista e escritor] Manuel António Pina, it is not yet the end, nor the beginning of the world, but in fact it is getting a little late”, said Rui Tavares, at the closing session of the debate on the Program of the XXIII Constitutional Government.
The only one from Livre argued that the country should go further than the goal set by the prime minister, António Costa, in this it should make the weight of national representatives converge in GDP with that of the European Union average.
“Mere convergence with the European Union media is not enough, Portugal needs to be an economy of young people at the forefront of the European Union”, he said, with freedom of movement, the Portuguese can be guided by countries with a larger and higher GDP .
For Rui Tavares, one should not bet “once and for all on the high added value” of work, even at the risk of becoming unsustainable.
“The main difference in this debate between the Government’s and Livre’s program is that, in what the Government believes that the changes there are conjunctural, Livre believes they are structural”, he said.
The antente deputy in parliament reiterated some parliamentary proposals reiterated some recently electoral proposals of parliament, such as that of a new public transport network, created in vehicles, and the electric employment party party to elections outside that scope, such as the currently relocation to the interior or the conclusion of academic studies.
“Above all, we are going to make this legislature of ours a different one, because it is the 48th and 50th years of April 25th and because a democracy that does not have objects of political desire cannot last”, he defended.