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Portugal ditching the Socialists

Portugal chose “center-right” leaders in an election over the weekend. The Democratic Alliance secured 79 seats in parliament, giving them the majority of 77 Socialists and 48 Chega seats.

This comes as Portugal begins to steer away from the leftist policies of Antonio Costa, who resigned after an influence-peddling scandal last year. Costa’s NATO alliance and green agenda have tanked Portugal’s economy and driven cost of living through the roof. Is this what voters have rejected? We will discuss it later today on Redacted!

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