Portugal celebrates democracy anniversary amid far-right surge | Reuters

Joaquim Correia Bernardo — one of the organizers of the April 25, 1974 military coup overthrowing the dictatorship — “said failures by consecutive governments to tackle social discontent over issues such as a housing crisis and low salaries fuelled Chega’s rise,” according to Reuters.

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