Sérgio Maques considered this afternoon, during a campaign action, that “voting in António Costa is validating the injustice and discrimination that Madeira was targeted in the last six years”.
“On January 30, Portugal has two ways and the choice is very clear, between an alternative of political change and hope for the future and the continuity of what was both in the country and in the region, a bad governance in the last six years” said, today, the head-of-the-art by the coalition ‘Madeira First’, Sérgio Marques, in an action that took place next to the Market of the Lavradores, precisely one day after a debate highlighted a
Sérgio Marques, who, in this context, made a point of revenge that “voting continuity and renewing trust in António Costa is validating and agreeing with injustices, discrimination and lack of solidarity with which Madeira has been treated over the past six years and, in particular, at the most difficult times when the State has disappointed and ignored our just demands.”
But it is also validating, he reinforces, “in favor of the state’s disresponsibility in the many dossiers he was unable to manage, in the lack of investment and stagnation he promoted and in his inability to meet the real needs and expectations of a country that does not present any signs of hope or any guarantees of future for Portuguese youth”.
The Portuguese “have, on January 30, the opportunity to choose the change and a new direction that the PSD, with Rui Rio, has all the conditions to guarantee, sustaining the serious situation in which the country is, a stagnant country, which does not grow, falls to the tail of Europe and which unfortunately does not present opportunities for the youngest, forced to emigrate”, emphasizes the head-of-list.
An opportunity that also seems essential to Madeira, with the Madeirenses having the ability to choose, in these elections, “a Government of the Republic that is more receptive and is available to solve our problems, to comply with its word and to ensure that the Region is, in fact, an integral part of Portugal, unlike what is now happening.”