CDS-PP was pleased that Minister of Finance Vítor Gaspar acknowledged the document could still be “worked” and “altered”.
Portugal’s junior coalition party, CDS-PP, said Tuesday they were assessing the country’s 2013 budget and looking into “every single sector” but were pleased Minister of Finance Vítor Gaspar has acknowledged the document could still be “worked” and “altered”.
Party whip Nuno Magalhães told news agency Lusa “the CDS has, and will, continue to work with its coalition partner in parliament to discuss and alter the budget.
Portugal’s 2013 budget includes massive tax rises, something the CDS promised would not happen when they were running for government in last year’s elections.
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