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PSD mantém SNS tendencialmente gratuito?

24.01.2022 21:54

LISBON, PORTUGAL – JANUARY 17: Portuguese president of the PSD and opposition leader Rui Rio (C) wears a protective mask as he arrives to meet with residents and merchants while campaigning for the Portuguese parliament snap election during COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic on January 22, 2022, in Lisbon, Portugal. The rejection by the Assembleia da Republica of 2022 State budget prompted Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa to shut down the parliament and to call for snap parliamentary elections for January 30. At present polls put the governmental Socialist Party ten points ahead of the runner-up PSD. Opposition Parties accuse the Prime Minister of wanting early elections to try for an absolute majority. (Photo by Horacio Villalobos#Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images)

O Polígrafo SIC dá a resposta.

O serviço nacional de saúde tem sido uma das questões mais discutidas na campanha, sobretudo entre PS e PSD. Com base na proposta de revisão constitucional social-democrata, António Costa acusa Rui Rio de querer acabar com o Serviço Nacional de Saúde (SNS) tendencialmente gratuito. Fomos verificar o que diz o programa de Rio.

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