Portuguese Authorities

Some articles on portuguese, portuguese authorities:

Slavery In Angola - History - Baixa De Cassanje Revolt
... Workers employed by Cotonang, a Portuguese-Belgian cotton plantation company, revolted on January 3, calling on the Portuguese to improve their working rights and leave Angola ... The Portuguese authorities killed forty attackers before gangs of white Angolans committed random acts of violence against the ethnic majority ... Portuguese authorities killed 49 people on February 5 ...
José Sócrates - Controversies - Freeport Outlet Controversy
... and, especially again in 2009, it was suggested by some Portuguese and British media that José Sócrates allegedly waived environmental restrictions, following intervention by one of his uncles and a ... Portuguese authorities have meanwhile insisted José Sócrates was not under investigation, nor was he a suspect, while UK's Serious Fraud Office refused to confirm the veracity of reports ... businessman who is an uncle of José Sócrates, told the Portuguese newspaper Sol how he established contact between his nephew and Freeport's representatives ...

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