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The Portuguese President dismissed the entire government

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The reason for the ministers’ resignation was a corruption scandal involving Prime Minister Antonio Costa.

Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa dissolved the government following the resignation of Prime Minister Antonio Costa amid a corruption scandal. This was reported by European Pravda in connection with the press service of the President of Portugal.

The decision to dismiss the government began on Friday, December 8.

The current government will continue to work on forming a new cabinet of ministers. However, his powers are limited to performing “actions strictly necessary to ensure public affairs.”

As we wrote earlier, Antonio Costa submitted his resignation in connection with the investigation of violations that may have been committed during the granting of concessions for the development of lithium deposits and “green” hydrogen.

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