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Former internal affairs minister pleads innocence

by TPN/Lusa, in News · 08-02-2018 13:16:00 · 1 Comments

The former Portuguese internal affairs minister, Miguel Macedo, said this week at his trial that the public prosecutor’s case was “groundless” regarding his involvement in the appointment of a liaison officer in Beijing.

Former internal affairs minister pleads innocence

Miguel Macedo, who is charged in the “Golden Visas” case of four crimes of mismanagement and influence peddling, spoke today for the first time in court since the trial began about a year ago.
Miguel Macedo also swore that “nobody had ever” asked him to appoint this or that liaison officer.
Miguel Macedo resigned as internal affairs minister in November 2014 after the public prosecutor charged him with allegedly favouring a group of individuals who wanted to profit illegally from the “Golden Visas” programme through lucrative real-estate deals.
The case also involves the former president of the registries and notaries institute, António Figueiredo, the former national director of the border agency, Manuel Jarmela Palos, the former general secretary of the justice ministry Maria Antónia Anes, three Chinese businessmen and an Angolan, as well as Paulo Lalanda de Castro, who is involved in other alleged crimes involving the former prime minister Sócrates.

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Presently trying to contact Ministry of Internal Affairs, several issues a disgrace - complaints via complaints book to ASAE not actioned in over 12 months.
In police presence at a gentlemans club,Relax ----Albufeira being told by police to leave and be denied my legal right - A POLICE OFFICER SUPPORTING A CLUB OWNER BREAK THE LAW.
Several overcharging/ conning / fraud? Worst main bar on Albufeira Strip doubling actual price, when questioned , Matts Bar does not have Customer Tariff available -ILLEGAL.

But the no1, ON REQUESTING THE COMPLAINTS BOOK AT GNR ALBUFEIRA, REFUSED. STATING THEIR ACTION WAS CORRECT THUS BOOK DENIED. NOT THEIR DECISION I THINK. HAVE INFORM THEM THE POLICE STATE ENDED 25TH APRIL 1974. they appear unware.

These stories in Britich media could do huge harm to algarve ecomomey - Brits presently choosing holiday location

Richard carpenter





by richard carpenter from Algarve on 15-03-2018 10:03:00

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Edition 1487
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