PAN suggests way through Portugal’s festering political crisis

“After all these cases, it is fundamental that António Costa returns to greater dialogue with the opposition; he should revive the model of bi-monthly ‘debates with the prime minister’ because the country cannot be confronted with (the current) political stability” (…) he “has to put a full stop (to the crisis) and if necessary, bring down his own government, without elections, and create a new one“. These were the words in parliament today of Inês Sousa Real, PAN’s leader and sole MP as the heat now has turned on the competence of Agriculture Minister Maria do Céu Antunes.