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Artigo | 4 de May

Dilma, so different now that the times have changed, can now see that the “wretched democrats who do democracy by halves are allowing the coup that will destroy them." By Francisco Louçã.

Artigo | 26 de April

At a stage where labour relations have changed to such an extent that private and public enterprises use temporary work agencies to hire permanent workers, this is an essential question to pose. By Isabel Pires.

Artigo | 20 de April

The use of offshore accounts to hide money or pay less tax is much older and more widespread than people think. By Mariana Mortágua.

Artigo | 15 de April

The connection between the spread of Zika and climate change is certain. By Ricardo Coelho.

Artigo | 13 de April

The Angolan regime condemned 17 young activists for thinking differently, for daring to read books and having meetings, for daring to say that they want something other than what is established by others. By Helena Pinto.

Artigo | 12 de April

The “Panama Papers” are merely the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the dark world of tax havens. By Pedro Filipe Soares.

Artigo | 11 de April

Uma pesquisa recente contribuiu para clarificar o mecanismo que leva a que pacientes com Alzheimer tenham dificuldade em reconhecer as caras de familiares ou de celebridades.

Artigo | 11 de April

Américo Amorim opted out of a salary as president of the company, but instead earned 131 million euros in dividends from Galp Energia, paid in the Netherlands and tax free. The members of the board of the company earned 6.6 million euros.

Artigo | 7 de April

According to data from the Bank of Portugal, in 2015, Portugal lost over 864 million euros to tax havens. The “Panama Papers” research has revealed that 244 Portuguese companies are involved in the international corruption scandal and that the owner of the PT Portugal group, a telecommunications company, used an offshore account.

Artigo | 1 de April

Two parliamentary motions condemning political oppression in Angola, presented by the Left Bloc and the Socialist Party were rejected by votes from the Communist Party (PCP), the Social Democrats (PSD) and the Social Democratic Centre (CDS). 

Artigo | 24 de March

I am writing from Brussels, where the horrendous terrorist attacks took place. Please forgive my crudeness, but I am writing from Brussels just as I have written from so many other places where victims of terrorism die every day. By Marisa Matias.

Artigo | 23 de March

On the 1st March, a new law granting same-sex couples the right to adopt came into effect. Finally Portugal has become more equal, and as a result it will be fairer and healthier. By Sandra Cunha.

Artigo | 21 de March

Catarina Martins said in her intervention that "the deal with Turkey is the latest and most frightening step in this route". The leader of the Left Bloc criticised that "what is underway is a new attack on peripheral Eurozone countries in the name of recomposing European banks at the expense of public resources and democratic sovereignty".

Artigo | 17 de March

Portugal is probably the country in Europe where people feel more the cold. The statement may appear bizarre, as Portugal is a country in the South. But, paradoxically, it is true, and whoever knows people in other countries knows it is so. By José Soeiro.

Artigo | 16 de March

Everyone is saying it and no one can deny it: the adoption of State’s budget by socialists and left-wing parties is an historic event. By João Semedo.

Artigo | 15 de March

The major European banks are the weakest link in a crisis that is beginning to strike. By Francisco Louçã.

Artigo | 14 de March

Although this is not a State Budget which meets all the needs of the country, it is a State Budget which breaks with past policies. By Helena Pinto.

Artigo | 11 de March

The Right hasn’t proposed any amendments to the new state budget because its idea of an alternative is endless austerity. By Luís Monteiro.

Artigo | 10 de March

A fictional tale based on true events. While exiting the Eurogroup meeting, Maria Luís Albuquerque expressed her concern regarding the scenario of political instability in Spain, hoping that this scenario will not jeopardise years of sacrifice and budgetary rigor. By Adriano Campos.

Artigo | 9 de March

Today was the last day of Cavaco Silva’s long political career. Catarina Martins and Jerónimo de Sousa reacted to Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa’s first speech as President.