26 thousand families live in extremely bad housing situations in Portugal. Subcommittee for Equality and Non-Discrimination of the Assembly of the Republic shocked by what it saw
Bragança is the region of the country where more gypsy communities live in tents and camps. This was the main reason for the Subcommittee for Equality and Non-Discrimination of the Assembly of the Republic to initiate, this Monday, in that city, a national visit to get to know the realities of the ethnic minorities.
And they saw high up on the Formarigos neighborhood, on a plot of land, four trailers sitting atop the muddy ground, with old irons, toys and clothes scattered on the floor, many cards and a fire in the middle. The image speaks of poverty. The various smells are not nice... there are dogs everywhere. Small and large. This is where António dos Anjos lives with a pension of 300 euros.
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