The Public Prosecutor's Office, before the Constitutional Court (TC), has requested that Paulo Cafôfo, the former Mayor of Funchal and current Secretary of State of the Communities, to declare the actual amounts in his bank accounts, as this information was not included in his original income statements.
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After the news broke that former Funchal Mayor, Paulo Cafôfo was being investigated - again! He took to social media to explain his position.
The Public Prosecutor's Office is investigating the current Secretary of State for Communities, and the former mayor of Funchal, Paulo Cafôfo, in an investigation involving suspicions about the activity of four Madeiran municipalities and PS Madeira.
In a brief statement, Paulo Cafôfo, current leader of the Socialist Party-Madeira (PS-M) announced his resignation as PS-M leader, after his fourth electoral defeat, stating..
During today's plenary hearing, The Regional Secretary for Health and Civil Protection, Pedro Ramos, said he will attend the hearing requested by the Socialist Party (PS) to clarify that computer failure was the reason between the anomalies between the Director-General for Health (DGS) and the Madeiran Health Service (DRS) daily Covid-19 figures.
The president of PS Madeira, Paulo Cafôfo congratulated Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa on his re-election as President of the Republic, saying that the 'Portuguese had 'chosen stability above all else.'
The two defendants in the Monte Tree Tragedy case, Idalina Perestrelo responsible for Urban Environment, Green and Public Spaces, and the head of the Gardens and Green Spaces Division, Francisco Andrade, will find out today whether they are to stand trial and if so, what crimes will be levied against them. Both were accused by the Public Ministry of 13 crimes of negligent homicide and 49 offences of involuntary or negligent physical integrity.
The instructive debate on the Monte tree disaster, that killed 13 people and injured 49, originally scheduled for Monday the 14th of September has been postponed until October.
Members from the CHEGA-Madeira political party, visited Porto Santo on Saturday the 22nd of August as part of their fact finding mission about the reality facing the islanders, as well as garner political support.
The mandatory use mask wearing in all public spaces came into force at midnight last night, coinciding with the Regional Governments (RG) extension of a 'State of Calamity,' which will remain in force until the 31st of August.
Paulo Cafôfo affirms that “the 25th of April cannot be driven underground and that the values it stands for can never be forgotten. Autonomy is the result of a peaceful revolution, and its values remain ever-present today. However, it is a day that we all need to experience, both in Lisbon and Madeira.”