Speaking to the Lusa news agency, Christian Democrat MP António Carlos Monteiro stated that "CDS does not accept whitening operations from anyone who has gone on", showing "concern that the necessary responsibilities will not be cleared by failures ".
"We are surprised that, since the report is ready since August, it has remained in the minister's office until November and we only learned about it Friday through the Social Communication. We will urgently request that the document be sent to the members of the Labor Committee, "he continued, referring to the Ministry's assessment of the situation of Raríssimas.
"The Minister of Labor [,Solidariedade e Segurança Social] coordinated the union, will naturally take the appropriate measures, "Prime Minister António Costa said on Saturday while visiting Mexico.
The Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Social Security concluded that previous interventions made by trustees did not detect alleged irregularities in the management of the Raríssimas institution, such as the harmful use of public subsidies.
The conclusions of the final report of the inspection made to the institution by the Inspection General of the Ministry of Labor, Solidarity and Social Security were disclosed by the minister's office, Vieira da Silva, in a note to the media on Friday.
The report states that "there was no evidence that the interventions of the various departments and agencies of the Ministry of Labor, Solidarity and Social Security had resulted in the prior identification of the situations that were exposed" in TVI reports in December. 2017 and "concerning alleged irregularities in the management of the institution, such as the supposedly harmful use, by the [antiga] president of Raríssimas, of the subsidies granted by several public entities, members, some of them ", of the guardianship.
Reports filed in December 2017 by TVI reported alleged irregularities in the association, including the institution's misuse of money for personal purposes, targeting in particular the founder and hitherto president of Raríssimas, Paula Brito e Costa, who subsequently , resigned from office.
Paula Brito e Costa was constituted defendant in the scope of the criminal investigation that is being conducted by the Department of Investigation and Criminal Action of Lisbon.
The case prompted the resignation of the then Secretary of State for Health, Manuel Delgado, on December 12, 2017, that "TVI" reported that it was a paid consultant of the association, contracted between 2013 and 2014, with a salary of three thousand euros monthly payments.