Judge blocked question about financing the PSD campaign

The Public Prosecutor’s Office has been BLOCKED by a judge from doing its job, in this case questioning a suspect about possible PSD funding, the PSD being one of the two main central government parties in Portugal.

Once again we see that Portuguese “justice” is very, very undemocratically “cozy” with politicians, because Portuguese “justice” is overwhelmingly a huge fraud, and as it could not be otherwise, a GUARANTOR of impunity for politicians, corrupt and crooks who infest Portugal from one end to the other, who so many they are, they are countless.

Portugal is a dictatorship where judicial power mixes with political power, as it is so obvious to see.

The following article is a translation. You can find the link to the original website at the end of it.

The Public Ministry was prevented, yesterday, by judge Rui Coelho, from questioning Domingos Névoa about the possible financing of the PSD.

According to Jornal de Notícias, the businessman will be called again to answer about the alleged transfers of funds that the Ministry claims to have a record of.

The group of judges, chaired by Rui Coelho, did not allow, in yesterday’s hearing, the Public Prosecutor’s Office to raise questions related to alleged financing of 20 thousand euros in the PSD campaign, as it understood that they “bypass the process”.

According to Jornal de Notícias, prosecutor Olga Barata questioned the witness about any knowledge regarding these donations from Bragaparques to the social democratic campaign in Lisbon in the 2005 municipal elections,

but the question was not allowed.

The Public Prosecutor’s Office wants to see the issue resolved in court and ended up asking for the judges’ order to be null and void. The court will now have ten days to rule on this issue.

Upon leaving, the administrator of Bragaparques spoke to journalists and denied that the company had made any donations to finance campaigns. Furthermore, Domingues Névoa stated that Lisbon City Council owes him 350 million euros and that he will claim them in court.

The businessman was heard as a witness in the Bragaparques case, related to the exchange of Parque Mayer for part of the Feira Popular land in Entrecampos, and the sale at public auction of the remaining area.

Defendants in this case are Carmona Rodrigues, Fontão de Carvalho and Eduarda Napoleão, former president and councilors of the Lisbon City Council, elected in these local authorities, as well as employees Remédio Pires, José Azevedo and Rui Macedo.

A country where criminals and the powerful are systematically protected to the detriment of victims and its citizens is the definition of a dictatorship, which is why Portugal should leave the EU.


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