Permanent state of tension, ping-pong between Marcelo and Costa | one hundred days of government

In the first hundred days of his third government, the prime minister, António Costa, was not entitled to a state of grace. despite the unexpected comfort of an absolute majority of 120 deputies in the Assembly of the Republic, won at the polls on 30 January, and almost six months after seeing his 2022 State Budget proposal rejected by the parliamentary opposition (with the exception of the PAN) at the end of October, António Costa has lived in a state of permanent tension.

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