20 January 2009

Social-democrat section of the district of Faro approves Gonçalo Amaral’s name

The Social-democrat section of the district of Faro has approved the name of Gonçalo Amaral as a candidate to the Municipality of Olhão by a large majority. Nevertheless, the name of the former Polícia Judiciária inspector does not earn approval from the leader of PSD, Manuela Ferreira Leite.

The name of Gonçalo Amaral has been approved by the vast majority of the members of the Social-democrat section of the district of Faro, as a candidate to become Mayor of Olhão, according to this entity’s political commission.

In a public note, the district section stressed that the former PJ inspector, who has investigated the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, possesses the political and personal profile that has been defined by the guidelines for local elections which have been approved by PSD.

Despite the fact that the Social-democrat leader does not see this candidacy in a positive manner, the Faro district section of PSD recalled that Gonçalo Amaral retired on the 30th of June and that if he steps into functions, this will occur one year and four months after he left the public service.

The disctrict section’s political committee also noted the valuable and brilliant curriculum of the former inspector, who has been a member of the Party since May 2002, and which he didn’t desert despite the less positive moment of the Social Democrats.

One week ago, PSD’s president rejected the former inspector’s candidacy because he has recently left a post within Justice and that there could be no promiscuity between this sector of society and politics.

source: TSF, 20.01.2009

1 comment:

  1. Gonçalo Amaral mais uma vez está de parabéns! Bravo!

    Não tenho partido;não me reconheço lá mas o que me interessa é que sejam Pessoas bem formadas a lá estar.Ele mereceu ser aprovado.
    Merece que o reconheçam publicamente pelo que é,pelo seu valor,pelos Seus valores.

    Parabéns,Gonçalo Amaral.Sucesso em todos os aspectos da Sua vida.

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