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11-04-2022 Government Programme approved by the Parliament

The Portuguese Parliament approved this Friday, April 8, the Programme of the XXIII Constitutional Government.

A Portuguese version of the Programme can be read here: https://www.portugal.gov.pt/gc23/programa-do-governo-xviii/programa-do-governo-xviii-pdf.aspx?v=%C2%ABmlkvi%C2%BB=54f1146c-05ee-4f3a-be5c-b10f524d8cec


31-03-2022 New Government took office

Yesterday, the President of the Republic, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa has sworn in the new Government, the third headed by Prime Minister António Costa, in a ceremony that took place at Palácio da Ajuda, in Lisbon.

In addition to the Prime Minister, 17 Ministers and 38 Secretaries of State took office.

The Government will now present its Programme to Parliament.

29-03-2022 New Portuguese Government will take office next Wednesday, 30 March.

The President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa accepted the PM António Costa's proposal for the appointment of secretaries of state. The new Secretary of State for Public Administration is Inês Ramires.

The complete list can be consulted here: https://www.portugal.gov.pt/pt/gc22/comunicacao/noticia?i=secretarios-de-estado-do-terceiro-governo-do-primeiro-ministro-antonio-costa


25-03-2022 Meet Portugal’s new government

Portugal’s new government was known yesterday. The Ministry of State Modernization and Public Administration was extinguished and the DGAEP will be under the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, which will be led by Mariana Vieira da Silva.

The Government, which will be the third headed by António Costa, will have 17 ministers and 38 secretaries of State, 20% less than the previous one. After all the constitutional calendars are fulfilled, the new government is expected to take office on 30 March.

Please, see the composition of the next Government here https://www.portugal.gov.pt/en/gc22/communication/news-item?i=upcoming-government-will-have-more-women-than-men-as-ministers