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this infographic made by Statista (statista.com) shows that trust sinks in Southern Europe

Trust in Southern European Governments Sinks

Southern Europeans don't trust their politicians

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Europe's Busiest Psychiatrists. This infographic has been made by Statista (statista.com)

Portugal Has the EU’s Busiest Psychiatrists

Portugal, Spain and Malta are the European countries where people receive the most psychiatric treatments.

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On the 5th of October 2012 the President of Portugal Cavaco Silva hoisted the Portuguese flag upside down.

5th of October and the Hunger for Power in Portugal

Politics and Power in Portugal

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The Turkish Minister of EU Affairs and the Portuguese Minister of Foreign Affairs

Portugal and Turkey - The Good Friends


Portugal and Turkey have more in common than you might think.

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Trust in the EU has been falling dramatically since the start of the Eurocrisis, with only a slight increase in recent months.

The Economic crisis shakes Portuguese trust in the EU

Portuguese citizens had shown high levels of trust in the EU but that changed with the economic crisis and the bailout programme.

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Trancoso, the hometown of the writer

The Uncertain Future of the Rural Soul of Portugal

Portuguese culture and history was once nurtured and celebrated in smaller in rural Portugal, but economic pressure threatens to depopulate it. The clock is ticking.

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"My homeland is Portuguese Language", Fernando Pessoa

The importance of the Língua Portuguesa as a basis for cooperation between Portuguese speaking countries

On the 27th of June the Portuguese language (Língua Portuguesa) celebrated 800 years that marked the date of the oldest document in Portuguese language (1214).

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Elections for the European Parliament: Portugal

Elections for the European Parliament: Portugal

The high rate of abstention is a warning signal of Portuguese people's disinterest for the European Union.

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Portugal in crisis and away from the headlines

Portugal in crisis and away from the headlines

If the media coverage of the Greek crisis was stormy, for Portugal it was largely quiet and its disquieting economic reality remains largely unknown.

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What Freedom do we have today?

What Freedom do we have today?

In democracies, citizens live in the shadow of governments seeking to control them, for their own protection. And who will protect us from them?

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The Minister of Finance with the Former Treasury Secretary

Chronicle of Portuguese Politics II.

The continuation of yesterday's article further reveals the Portuguese situation which is less known in Europe

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The irrevocable resignation and other tales - Chronicle of Portuguese Politics I

The irrevocable resignation and other tales - Chronicle of Portuguese Politics I

Under the amplification of controversies, the traditional political parties and institutions are facing a "hot summer" in Portugal

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In memorium - Al Berto - A Great European Poet

In memorium - Al Berto - A Great European Poet

Art was made to be shared, and this is maybe the main reason I am here now writing this article about this great author, poet and writer for you.

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