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PUSL.- Ana Gomes, the former MEP of the Portuguese Socialist Party, diplomat and independent candidate for the Presidency of the Portuguese Republic, published a Tweet on Monday the 14th, in which she questions the silence of the Portuguese government about what she classifies as “demeaning business against international law, sponsored by Trump, between Morocco and Israel, at the expense of the right of self-determination of the people of Western Sahara “.

The candidate recalls that Portugal defended East Timor’s right of self-determination

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Is it me, or is Portugal whistling into the air?
About this demeaning deal against international law, sponsored by Trump, between Morocco and Israel, at the expense of the right of self-determination of the people of Western Sahara … a right that we defend so well for East Timor

In an interview with TVI (Portuguese National TV Channel) that same day, on the evening news, Ana Gomes again referred to Portugal’s silence:

In an interview with TVI (Portuguese National TV Channel) that same day, on the evening news, Ana Gomes again referred to Portugal’s silence:

“I tweeted today to ask why Portugal is silent about the alignment that has now been announced, sponsored by Trump between Morocco and Israel on Western Sahara even after the Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres, and well , having said that no country is going to sponsor this type of agreement, that it has to go through the Security Council and therefore the United Nations bodies.
… Human rights are an essential matrix of a country like ours.