Debate. “Did my governments trample on them? When André Ventura was there as a linesman?” says Montenegro

Debate.  “Did my governments trample on them?  When André Ventura was there as a linesman?” says Montenegro

Lots of noise during the whole debate. This Monday, it was the turn of the face-to-face between Luís Montenegro and André Ventura.

The debate begins with the PSD leader stating that he “will not make any agreement” with Chega. “As a matter of principle, the PSD will not align with someone who has racist, populist and excessively demagogic views.”

“André Ventura is not sympathetic to my way of being in politics. He said that the PSD is a ‘political whore’. This is level zero of politics, I do not agree with this language”, said the social democratic leader.

However, the PSD leader refuses to answer whether he makes the PS government viable, saying only that he will only govern if he wins elections and that he will not make an agreement with Chega.

In response, André Ventura joins the PSD to the PS. “I support and support”, says the leader of Chega, also accusing the leader of the Social Democrats of “not making up his mind”.

Another topic of debate was security forces, with Montenegro accusing Chega of defending “security agents can have party affiliation and the right to strike. Two things wrong.” For the AD, this “is a way of trying to place parties in police stations and GNR posts”, and is therefore an “unacceptable measure”.

Ventura, in response, accuses Montenegro, joining him to the PS, of being “stepped on” by the security forces.

“Did my governments trample on them? When André Ventura was there as a linesman?”, concludes Montenegro.

Among the constant interruptions, the topic now is corruption. André Ventura says that “what touches people’s hearts is Ricardo Salgado being in the palace where he is”.

Montenegro considers that Ventura “lives in another world”.

At the end, both parties define and confirm who their biggest opponent is: “The biggest and only opponent I have is the PS, which is the Government alternative. The PSD is Chega’s opponent, but this is part of the political-party dynamics”, says Montenegro.

Ventura responds that his party’s main opponent is also the PS, and that the PS and PSD, “have flooded the country with corruption, criminals on the loose” and “pots”.

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