Portugal in line with policies in energy and policies — DNOTICIAS.PT
The Secretary for European Affairs considered today that the European State had a prudent political policy and defended that it had achieved a diplomatic victory in Portugal’s energy line.
They were transferred by Tiago Antunes at the opening of the parliamentary debate on positions on the instruments of economic governance of the European Union.
Of the unmistakable proposals for Portugal, defined policies, Recovery and Resilience Plan (PRR), uninterrupted and unaltered transition, Tiago Antunes for an uncontested problem.
“The European Commission, affirming the need for a deepening of policy prices, also recommends the need for alignment with families and a more efficient education to the policy price increases. economic sectors more economically for the reason, namely in the prices of animals and families food basket”, he maintained.
Regarding the energy transition, Tiago Antunes advocated that it was possible to “persuade” the European Commission and the other Member States “about the strategic importance of Portugal, and specifically the port of Sines, as the gateway for liquefied gas in Europe and in the future as a hub for the production of renewable gases that can supply the whole of Europe”.
“This guarantees a diversification of routes and suppliers that helps to depend on Europe’s dependence on the energy sources received for the destination country, allowing our investment in gas interconnections, already prepared for green planning, between Portugal, Spain and the rest of the European Union,” he said.
On the part of the PSD, however, there was another diagnosis on the insertion of the European situation in Portugal, in the European situation, however, with the failure of Moniz by the French administration of the Council in terms of tax revenue.
He then warned of the “low execution of the 4% Recovery Plan of a total of 16 billion euros in grants and financial resources” -, he expressed alarm “at the calamity of the current inflation values”, in the order 7%”, and wondered what the Government has done, “beyond the help of the European Central Bank”.
Filipe Melo, from Chega, the European irony to say that “Portugal, with the PS governments, is always well in photography, but, in the end, it is the Portuguese who pay”.
“We are the second country with the most expensive natural gas and the seventh highest electricity price among the 27 Member States. Portuguese table”, he said.
Next, the Liberal Initiative deputy Bernardo Blanco criticized the complexity of the tax and social protection systems that exist in Portugal and questioned the Secretary of State about when the reorganization of the public administration will begin. Tiago Antunes replied shortly afterwards, alluding to PRR funds for the digitization and modernization of public services.
The PCPProgressive liberation of European budgets, “the progressive censorship” of national budgets and the “weakening of the country’s productive apparatus”.
On the Left Bloc side, Mariana Mortágua attacked “European hypocrisy” in terms of welcoming refugees, asked the PS Government for a “realistic” attitude towards Brussels policies and left warnings about the possibility of the Portuguese debt being new target of speculation, as between 2010 and 2011.
“It’s not the little Portuguese policy that will prevent these attacks, before the speculation of the Bank of Portugal”, Mário Centeno, for having defended that the evolution of the will not attack the increase of speculation.
“Well, taste the smell of the past”, commented Mariana Mortágua.
Previously, the secretary general of JS Miguel Costa Matos, had spoken on this topic regarding the need to avoid the fragmentation of markets in the European Union, noting that the differential between the rates of Germany and Portugal went from 0 5 percentage points to a percentage point within a few months.
“We cannot infer the error of austerity, which once only reached a meta-afflicted again”, concluded the young socialist.
Inês de Sousa, from PAN, from the Condemnation Mechanism of Any Environmental Policy, Becoming the Mechanism of Minor Environmental Policy Projects, Rui Tavares, the Challenge of The Free Resilience deputy into something permanent in European economic governance.
The Secretary of State for European Affairs replied that the Government is attentive to this debate, which awaits the proposals of the European Commission and added that “it is important to learn from the mistakes of the past”, in a critical allusion to the line followed by the European institutions in the face of the last crisis. financial.