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TSU Debate Adjourned in Parliament

TSU Debate Adjourned in Parliament

The debate on the proposed revision of the Law that approves the TSU, initially scheduled for Monday afternoon, has been postponed.
The news was announced by the President of the Assembly of the Republic, Esperança Bias, at the beginning of the last plenary session of the VII Ordinary Session of the Parliament, in its IX Legislature, which is took place this Monday.

According to Esperança Bias, until 2:00 pm Monday, the Commissions of Public Administration and Local Government; Constitutional Affairs, Human Rights and Legality; Plan and Budget; and Social Affairs, Gender, Technology and Media were still producing their respective opinions.

It should be noted that the four Commissions heard, on Monday morning, behind closed doors, the Minister of Economy and Finance, Max Tonela, about the new proposed revision of the TSU, which places the MPs at a level below the members of the Council of Ministers.

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