BE today accused the PS Government of being “waiting for the PSD minister” to see the new Montijo airport, since the former maintains that option, which is “the historic position of the PSD”.
“It’s the airport that Vinci wants. Now, when António Costa says, in fact, he does not deny Montijo, he keeps Montijo as an option and says he wants an agreement with the PSD, what we read is that he will be waiting for the comfort of the PSD to move forward with Montijo, the historic position of the PSD, as we know, is Montijo”, the coordinator of Bloco de Esquerda (BE).
At a press conference in Lisbon, for the French conference in Lisbon, Catarina Martin Vinci recalled that ANA had sold ANA – Aeroportos de Portugal to the company, adding the fact that José Luís Arnaut, former secretary general of the PSD, is today in day the representative of da Vinci interests in Portugal.
“We are concerned about this Central Block agreement, not about the needs of the Portuguese, not about the best solution for an airport, but to serve the interests of the multinational Vinci, which has millions on account of the airports that were delivered to it, of our point of view, wrongly”, said a leader of BE.
The bloc stressed that “the Economic Socialist Party (PS) and the Government continue to want Montijo airport”, considering that this option “is wrong” in environmental terms and makes sense.
“It is an airport level of the waters, with the future in our country”, it does not have an airport.
Question on Government is streamlined if the socialist party itself refused to create its own party in the Lisbon situation, Catarina Martins created the situation more according to the situation that the socialist party itself refused to create in the region, if the party itself Socialist refused to comment on life. PS internal.
On Thursday, the Socialist Prime Minister António Costa ordered the revocation of the order that pointed to the municipalities of Montijo and Alchelhos as the locations for the new airport in the Lisbon region, disavowing the Minister of Infrastructure, Pedro Nuno Santos, who the day before presented this proposal.
After this situation, Minister Pedro Nuno Santos assumed “communication errors with the Government in the decisions that affirm” the government in the decisions that affirm the government of the Lisbon region, a future that he maintains in “obviously” if.
The first one is certain that the minister of infrastructure does not announce bad faith when a solution for the new airport is agreed with him and considered that political trust is “totally re-established”.
The solution operationally pointed to a new airport, probably with the airport project at Mont Humberto Delgado in Lisbon, to be at the end of 2026, both being to close the airport at Campo de Tiro in Alcochete, when completed, scheduled in 2035.