PCP warns PR that it will use “all means” to fight right-wingers

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The secretary-general of the PCP, Paulo Raimundo, has told the President of the Republic that the Communists will use “all means”, institutional and of “action and combat”, so that the “right-wing project of regression” does not come to fruition, the party revealed today.

“This right-wing project of regression will be firmly opposed by the PCP from the very first minute, and it will not be through the PCP that this project will be implemented in our country. We will use all the means at our disposal, both institutionally and in terms of action and combat, wherever necessary, and this is what we have reaffirmed to the President,” said Paulo Raimundo.

In a statement sent to the press, the Communist leader argued that the result of Sunday’s elections, with “three million votes for the right”, “does not respond to the needs of the people, the needs of the workers”.

Paulo Raimundo headed the party delegation that was received on Wednesday by the President of the Republic, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, at the Belém Palace in Lisbon, but, on the day of the journalists’ general strike, he left without making any statements.

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