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El País: Nuevo tipo de protesta en Portugal: pedir facturas a nombre del primer ministro
Financial Times: Lisbon anti-austerity groups get creative (só para assinantes) Alguns excertos:
«Anti-austerity campaigners in Portugal are giving the prime minister’s personal tax number when paying for goods and services, in protest at a new anti-tax evasion law threatening fines of €2,000 for withholding tax details at point of sale.
The campaign is the latest in a series of imaginative protests in Portugal, Spain and other struggling eurozone countries that has led to the Portuguese prime minister being silenced in parliament by a song, and the similar disruption of public appearances by two ministers this week. (...)
The government said in a statement that protests of this nature would be “repudiated by all those who valued individual freedoms and the right to free expression”.»
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