The privatization process of TAP is generating a lot of problems for the Portuguese government.
The scandals at the Portuguese public airline have put the prime minister, António Costa, in check on more than one occasion.
The Minister of Infrastructures, João Galamba, was the latest to tender his resignation, which Costa rejected.
Last Saturday, the Infrastructure Minister had to respond to accusations about the investigation into the payment of irregular compensation at the state-owned airline . . .
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