Joacine accuses the party leadership of "lack of support," even "before the election campaign."
The climate between the deputy of Livre and the party leadership is presently very different from the one that entered the Portuguese houses on legislative elections night. The words of order and festivities were replaced by exchanges of accusations in the media. The critical speech on both sides has been getting harder with each passing hour, ever since the party expressed concern about the MP's abstention in condemning the "new Israeli aggression on Gaza."
In an interview with Observador, Joacine accuses the direction of "lack of support", even "before the election campaign", underlining that the merit of being able to reach the position of deputy is hers: "It was I who won the elections, on my own, and the leadership wants to teach me to be political. "
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