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Government Influence in Atalaia Living Care

The JPP today asked for clarification on the nature of work that links Miguel Albuquerque’s daughter, who works and lives in Sweden as a market prospector for Atalaia Living Care.

In a press statement, and as part of their inspection work, the party has requested documentary evidence to clarify this link, especially following the news that reported a monthly payment of approximately 1,500 euros “to prospect in the Swedish market for elderly people interested in living at the Atalaia Living Care unit.”

“The JPP has asked the Portuguese Institute of Social Security (IPSS), Atalaia Living Care, among others, in writing for clarification on the number of Swedish residents and the respective period of care by the association, as a way of gauging the added value of the worker’s prospecting work,” informs the party, which says that it also requested information on the nature of work and the functions of the said worker in this association, either directly or indirectly, through the universe of entities with which this association establishes relations, namely Atalaia Living Care – Cuidados de Saúde Integrados, lda or Alerta Green Imobiliária, SA.

“The fight against corruption, insider trading, as well as the transparent use of public money are the JPP’s fundamental core values. Rigor and transparency must be the watermark of any government, so the JPP will not waive its right to hear, warn, or condemn any cases involving bad practices in the use of public money to the detriment of the People, especially in this case when it comes to an especially vulnerable population.”

Samantha Gannon

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