Portugal risks political crisis amid rift between prime minister and president | Reuters

“Infrastructure Minister Joao Galamba, who oversees [state-owned airline] TAP, submitted his resignation on Tuesday. But Prime Minister Antonio Costa decided to keep him in the job, snubbing President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa who had made clear he wanted Galamba out,” Reuters writes.

Related: Portuguese minister resigns in growing airline scandal, PM keeps him in job

UPDATE: PS deputy Sérgio Sousa Pinto says Costa wants to force elections now | Público (PT)

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