This Sunday, Chega will organize a demonstration against the illegalization of the party. André Ventura admitted to having a “very significant fear”.
The Observer says that the demonstration begins in Príncipe Real, passes through the Constitutional Court and continues to Rossio. The president of Chega is concerned about a “marked counter-demonstration for Martim Moniz”, who hoped that “it would not be allowed, because there is a possibility of a scenario great amount of violence ”.
Despite this, he stressed that there will be people who are attentive to the infiltrators who “cause security problems”.
In the same diary, André Ventura said that the “threat of illegalization is vile” and that it is necessary to act before there is a decision. “After the illegalization, what could we do? It is a decision without appeal, from a court that is politically appointed. ”
The politician fears for “the whole politically motivated narrative to join the conditioning of justice in Portugal”. “It makes us have a very significant fear of illegalization, otherwise we would not organize this event ”, he considered.
The leader of Chega is “concerned” with the anonymous who also presented proposals for illegalization in the Attorney General’s Office and because “there may be a conditioned movement, prepared, built, with the objective of conditioning the court or the Public Prosecutor’s Office that the the only chance to save democracy is to extinguish Chega ”.
“This narrative is dangerous and it can lead the judges to feel in the sole position of defenders of the regime and we do not know what decision can happen or what kind of movement the MP can make. All of this can be very dramatic for Chega, ”he added, speaking to the morning man.