Strong words have been issued by the RIR-Madeira (React-Include-Recycle party), who maintain that Prime Minister António Costa should step down as head of the Government of the Republic and that the President of the Republic is "alienated from reality."
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The International Public Tender - Public Service Obligations Concession Contract on the Porto Santo/Funchal/Porto Santo route was launched today in the Diário da República by the Office of the Minister of Infrastructure and Housing.
The PSD Parliamentary Group complained yesterday that the Madeiran economy is at the mercy of the Government of the Republic, as lack of funding for new equipment at the airport is creating an unstable platform from which Madeira has to operate from.
The Earth Party (MPT), have issued a statement saying that the Government of the Republic should start negotiations with NATO "in order to reallocate the NATO aircraft parking stands at Porto Santo airport into commercial airline parking bays in order to turn it into a transatlantic 'hub'."
According to the figures released on Monday with regard to the 2022 State Budget - Regional Finance Law - Madeira will receive 217,210,880 million euros, 15 million less than this year (232,260,213 million euros).
Local PSD deputy, Bernardo Caldeira, has expressed his concerns about the air connections between Madeira and Porto Santo, noting that there has been no evolution regarding the public tender for the concession, which is nearing the end of its current contract.
Political Party, Juntos Pelo Povo (JPP) has confirmed that they will meet on Monday, the 8th of March in Porto Santo, to finalise the Madeira - Porto Santo Air Mobility document. In their statement, Élvio Sousa, spokesperson for the initiative and Parliamentary Leader of the JPP said:
During a meeting at the Assembly of the Republic today, PSD deputy to the Assembly, Paulo Neves, demanded that the Minister of the Environment and the Government of the Republic, include Madeiran as part of the Environmental Fund electricity discount scheme, saying that it was wrong to exclude those living in Madeira and Porto Santo, especially as social confinement has meant an increased demand for electricity.
The PSD Parliamentary Group (PSD PG) considers that Madeira is an example to the world in its efforts to promote the resumption of tourism without neglecting the safety of the population.