The President of the Republic gave Tuesday 'green light' to seven diplomas of the Assembly of the Republic. The Statute of the Public Prosecution Service (MP), the so-called “Law of the Beatas” and the Real Estate Investment and Management Company (SIGI) were three of the diplomas that passed in Belém, announced this afternoon the Presidency of the Republic.
Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa notes, in a statement, that, although he said yes to the amendments to the Statute of the MP, he reinforced last week's “call for attention” on the “need for revision at the beginning of the next legislature, of careers with substantially identical characteristics ”, including, for example, the Armed Forces and the national security forces.
Also in judicial matters, the law amending the Code of Civil Procedure regarding the review appeal and inventory process was approved. The third point of the Presidency communiqué, published today, states the enactment of the diploma that proceeds to a new amendment to Decree-Law No. 220/2008 of 12 November, which establishes the legal framework for fire safety in buildings.
Despite being on vacation in the Algarve, the Portuguese head of state also promulgated the “Law of the Beatas”. Passed by parliament in mid-July, this bill – stemming from a PAN bill – sets a ban on throwing cigarette butts on the floor and provides fines of between 25 and 250 euros for those who do. In the general vote, he had the favorable votes of the Socialist Party, PAN, Left Block and PEV.
According to the President, this is the diminishing impact of the butts, cigars or other cigarettes on the environment. However, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa points out that “most of his standards – some of which are relevant – are purely programmatic and that even the entry into force of the core of the precursory part only takes place within a year”, he said. read in the presidential note.
The President of the Republic also promulgated the diploma transposing the European Directive 2017/1852 on tax dispute settlement mechanisms in the European Union, as well as the diploma approving the anti-doping law in sport, adopting the rules established in the domestic legal system. in the World Anti-Doping Code.
News updated at 19:50