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Francisco Assis, the current president of the Economic and Social Council (CES), leaves heavy criticism for the stay of the jurist and former spy Alexandre Guerrero in the presidency of the Council of Ministers. “Portuguese state continuity” and “serious institutional anomaly”, accuses the socialist.
In a statement sent Thursday to the newsrooms, Francisco Assis considered Alexandre Guerrero a “Cooperator with the authoritarian and criminal power installed in the Kremlin”and thus cannot be linked to the “nervous center of the Portuguese executive political power”. “It radically contradicts the declared political position of the government.” On the “Russian Barbarian Invasion” of Ukraine.
The current head of CES says it is “necessary”, “in the name of national dignity and respect for the martyred Ukrainian people”, “to take measures conducive to” what he describes as A serious institutional anomaly.
With public positions defending and justifying Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Alexander Guerrero is a commentator on SIC Notícias, the channel in which he presented his views. 2021, Faqih He submitted a doctoral thesis in which he defended, in the light of international law, the annexation of Crimea by Russia. Prior to that, he worked for seven years as an analyst in the Defense Strategic Information Service.
The vote to integrate Alexandre Guerrero into the Public Law Research Center at the University of Lisbon’s Faculty of Law has also been postponed.
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