Banks profit at the expense of those who “can barely” have dinner on Mondays


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The general-secretary of the PCP, Paulo Raimundo, criticized, on Friday night, the declarations of Santander Totta’s president, emphasizing that the bank’s profits are at the expense of those who dine on Fridays and those who “can barely” dine on Mondays.

At a PCP dinner rally in Coimbra on Friday, Paulo Raimundo repudiated the statements made by the president of Santander Totta, Pedro Castro e Almeida, who criticized, on Thursday, the behavior of the Portuguese, with “high standards of consumption, dining out on Friday” night. “Well, here we are, on a Friday night, having dinner,” said the PCP general secretary.

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