‘Everyone was in the streets. I just felt happiness’: Portugal recalls the Carnation Revolution | The Guardian

“[Anabela Brito, who was a student in 1974, and a member of a leftwing political party] said the fight continues in Portugal for housing and a robust public health service among other issues, noting amid Chega’s rise that ‘the far right knows how to profit from these problems,'” according to The Guardian.

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