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PORTUGAL-CARNIVAL/
RTX25V6U
February 07, 2016
A float depicting Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa (2nd L) with formers Prime Minister Pedro Passos...
Torres Vedras, Portugal
A float depicting Portuguese PM Costa with formers PM Passos Coelho and Deputy PM Portas is seen during...
A float depicting Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa (2nd L) with formers Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (C) and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas is seen during the carnival parade in Torres Vedras, Portugal, February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/
RTS7FQM
November 16, 2015
Demonstrators put up a banner to demand the current government to resign, outside the Portuguese parliament...
Lisbon, Portugal
Demonstrators put up a banner to demand the current government to resign, outside the Portuguese parliament...
Demonstrators put up a banner to demand the current government to resign, outside the Portuguese parliament in Lisbon, Portugal, November 16, 2015. The banner reads "Out Passos and Portas", in references to Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/
RTS6DG8
November 10, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (C) smiles next to Finance Minister Maria Luis Albuquerque...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho smiles next to Finance Minister Maria Luis Albuquerque...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (C) smiles next to Finance Minister Maria Luis Albuquerque and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas during a debate on government programs, at the parliament in Lisbon, Portugal November 10, 2015. Leftwing parties looked set to oust Portugal's minority centre-right government on Tuesday in a parliamentary vote, part of a drive to set up their own Socialist-led administration they hope will put an end to years of harsh austerity. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/
RTS6B3M
November 10, 2015
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas (L) talks near Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho during...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas talks near Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho during a...
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas (L) talks near Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho during a debate on government programs at the parliament in Lisbon, Portugal, November 10, 2015. Leftwing parties looked set to oust Portugal's minority centre-right government on Tuesday in a parliamentary vote, part of a drive to set up their own Socialist-led administration they hope will put an end to years of harsh austerity. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/
RTS678Z
November 09, 2015
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas reacts during a debate on government programmes at the...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Portas reacts during a debate on government programmes at the parliament...
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas reacts during a debate on government programmes at the parliament in Lisbon, Portugal November 9, 2015. Portugal's far-left parties are set to topple the centre-right administration this week and support a Socialist government, but with no guarantee of support for budget measures, political uncertainty hit financial markets on Monday. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/
RTS6765
November 09, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) talks near Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas during...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's PM Passos Coelho talks near Deputy Prime Minister Portas during a debate on government programmes...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) talks near Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas during a debate on government programs at the parliament in Lisbon, Portugal, November 9, 2015. Portugal's far-left parties are set to topple the centre-right administration this week and support a Socialist government, but with no guarantee of support for budget measures, political uncertainty hit financial markets on Monday. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/
RTS66LI
November 09, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) speaks next Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas during...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's PM Passos Coelho speaks next Deputy Prime Minister Portas during a debate on government programmes...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) speaks next Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas during a debate on government programmes at the parliament in Lisbon, Portugal November 9, 2015. Portugal's far-left parties are set to topple the centre-right administration this week and support a Socialist government, but with no guarantee of support for budget measures, political uncertainty hit financial markets on Monday. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/
RTS66KR
November 09, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) talks next to Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas during...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's PM Passos Coelho talks next to Deputy Prime Minister Portas during a debate on government...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) talks next to Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas during a debate on government programmes at the parliament in Lisbon, Portugal, November 9, 2015. Portugal's far-left parties are set to topple the centre-right administration this week and support a Socialist government, but with no guarantee of support for budget measures, political uncertainty hit financial markets on Monday. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/
RTS666J
November 09, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (C) talks with Finance Minister Maria Luis Albuquerque...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's PM Passos Coelho talks with Finance Minister Albuquerque and Deputy Prime Minister Portas...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (C) talks with Finance Minister Maria Luis Albuquerque (R) and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas during a debate on government programmes at the parliament in Lisbon, Portugal November 9, 2015. Portugal's far-left parties are set to topple the centre-right administration this week and support a Socialist government, but with no guarantee of support for budget measures, political uncertainty hit financial markets on Monday. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/
RTS661M
November 09, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (C) talks on the phone next to Finance Minister Maria Luis...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister Passos Coelho talks on the phone next to Finance Minister Albuquerque and...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (C) talks on the phone next to Finance Minister Maria Luis Albuquerque (R) and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas during a debate on government programmes at the parliament in Lisbon, Portugal, November 9, 2015. Portugal's far-left parties are set to topple the centre-right administration this week and support a Socialist government, but with no guarantee of support for budget measures, political uncertainty hit financial markets on Monday. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/TALKS
RTS5BQ5
October 20, 2015
Paulo Portas, leader of the Popular Party (PP), reacts to the media after a meeting with Portugal's President...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portas reacts to the media in Lisbon
Paulo Portas, leader of the Popular Party (PP), reacts to the media after a meeting with Portugal's President in Lisbon, Portugal October 20, 2015. Portugal's caretaker center-right prime minister Pedro Passos Coelho and the head of the opposition Socialists made rival offers on Tuesday to form the next government, exacerbating the country's political stalemate following this month's inconclusive election. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/TALKS
RTS5BQ4
October 20, 2015
Paulo Portas, leader of the Popular Party (PP), reacts to the media after a meeting with Portugal's President...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portas reacts to the media in Lisbon
Paulo Portas, leader of the Popular Party (PP), reacts to the media after a meeting with Portugal's President in Lisbon, Portugal October 20, 2015. Portugal's caretaker center-right prime minister Pedro Passos Coelho and the head of the opposition Socialists made rival offers on Tuesday to form the next government, exacerbating the country's political stalemate following this month's inconclusive election. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/TALKS
RTS5BPU
October 20, 2015
Paulo Portas, leader of the Popular Party (PP), reacts to the media after a meeting with Portugal's President...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portas reacts to the media after a meeting in Lisbon
Paulo Portas, leader of the Popular Party (PP), reacts to the media after a meeting with Portugal's President in Lisbon, Portugal October 20, 2015. Portugal's caretaker center-right prime minister Pedro Passos Coelho and the head of the opposition Socialists made rival offers on Tuesday to form the next government, exacerbating the country's political stalemate following this month's inconclusive election. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/CONSULTATIONS
RTS5BG3
October 20, 2015
Paulo Portas (C), leader of the Popular party (PP), arrives for a meeting with Portugal's President Anibal...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portas arrives for a meeting in Lisbon
Paulo Portas (C), leader of the Popular party (PP), arrives for a meeting with Portugal's President Anibal Cavaco Silva (not pictured) in Lisbon, Portugal October 20, 2015. Portugal's caretaker center-right prime minister Pedro Passos Coelho and the head of the opposition Socialists made rival offers on Tuesday to form the next government, exacerbating the country's political stalemate following this month's inconclusive election. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/CONSULTATIONS
RTS5BFX
October 20, 2015
Paulo Portas (L), leader of the Popular Party (PP), speaks with Portugal's President Anibal Cavaco Silva...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portas meets Silva in Lisbon
Paulo Portas (L), leader of the Popular Party (PP), speaks with Portugal's President Anibal Cavaco Silva during a meeting in Lisbon, Portugal October 20, 2015. Portugal's caretaker center-right prime minister Pedro Passos Coelho and the head of the opposition Socialists made rival offers on Tuesday to form the next government, exacerbating the country's political stalemate following this month's inconclusive election. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/MEETING
RTS4BNB
October 13, 2015
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (L) and Deputy minister Paulo Portas leave a press meeting...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy minister Paulo Portas leave a press meeting...
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (L) and Deputy minister Paulo Portas leave a press meeting after talks with Socialist party (PS) leader Antonio Costa (not pictured) in Lisbon, Portugal October 13, 2015. Portugal's caretaker prime minister obtained no backing from the Socialist Party leader on forming a new government on Tuesday, with no other meeting scheduled between the two for now, the two leaders said. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/MEETING
RTS4BNA
October 13, 2015
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) and Deputy minister Paulo Portas speak during a press...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy minister Paulo Portas speak during a press meeting...
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) and Deputy minister Paulo Portas speak during a press meeting after talks with Socialist party (PS) leader Antonio Costa (not pictured) in Lisbon, Portugal October 13, 2015. Portugal's caretaker prime minister obtained no backing from the Socialist Party leader on forming a new government on Tuesday, with no other meeting scheduled between the two for now, the two leaders said. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/POLL
RTS4BLS
October 13, 2015
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) and Deputy minister Paulo Portas hold a press meeting...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy minister Paulo Portas hold a press meeting after...
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) and Deputy minister Paulo Portas hold a press meeting after talks with Socialist party (PS) leader Antonio Costa (not pictured) in Lisbon, Portugal October 13, 2015. One in three Portuguese believe three left-wing parties could form the country's next government, but almost twice as many say they will fail to agree on a coalition, leaving the center-right in power, a poll indicated on Tuesday. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT
RTS4BLF
October 13, 2015
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) and Deputy minister Paulo Portas speak during a press...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy minister Paulo Portas speak during a press meeting...
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) and Deputy minister Paulo Portas speak during a press meeting after talks with Socialist party (PS) leader Antonio Costa (not pictured) in Lisbon, Portugal October 13, 2015. One in three Portuguese believe three left-wing parties could form the country's next government, but almost twice as many say they will fail to agree on a coalition, leaving the center-right in power, a poll indicated on Tuesday. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/POLL
RTS4BLD
October 13, 2015
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) and Deputy minister Paulo Portas hold a press meeting...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy minister Paulo Portas hold a press meeting after...
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) and Deputy minister Paulo Portas hold a press meeting after talks with Socialist party (PS) leader Antonio Costa (not pictured) in Lisbon, Portugal October 13, 2015. One in three Portuguese believe three left-wing parties could form the country's next government, but almost twice as many say they will fail to agree on a coalition, leaving the center-right in power, a poll indicated on Tuesday. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-GOVERNMENT/POLL
RTS4AR3
October 13, 2015
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy minister Paulo Portas (3rd R) talks with Socialist...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy minister Paulo Portas talks with Socialist party...
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy minister Paulo Portas (3rd R) talks with Socialist party (PS) leader Antonio Costa (L) in Lisbon, Portugal October 13, 2015. One in three Portuguese believe three left-wing parties could form the country's next government, but almost twice as many say they will fail to agree on a coalition, leaving the center-right in power, a poll indicated on Tuesday. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS30O4
October 04, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho (L) gestures with deputy...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho gestures with deputy...
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho (L) gestures with deputy prime minister Paulo Portas while addressing supporters after polls closed in a general election in Lisbon, Portugal, October 4, 2015. Portugal's center-right government headed for victory in an election on Sunday that was a vote test of its tough austerity stance, but exit polls showed it was likely to lose its majority in parliament. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS30NY
October 04, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho (L) claps with deputy...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho claps with deputy prime...
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho (L) claps with deputy prime minister Paulo Portas after polls closed in a general election in Lisbon, Portugal, October 4, 2015. Portugal's center-right government headed for victory in an election on Sunday that was a vote test of its tough austerity stance, but exit polls showed it was likely to lose its majority in parliament. REUTERS/Juan Medina
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS30NS
October 04, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho (L) gestures with deputy...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho gestures with deputy...
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho (L) gestures with deputy prime minister Paulo Portas while addressing supporters after polls closed in a general election in Lisbon, Portugal, October 4, 2015. Portugal's center-right government headed for victory in an election on Sunday that was a vote test of its tough austerity stance, but exit polls showed it was likely to lose its majority in parliament. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS30LL
October 04, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho (L) embraces deputy...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho embraces deputy prime...
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho (L) embraces deputy prime minister Paulo Portas after polls closed in a general election in Lisbon, Portugal, October 4, 2015. Portugal's center-right government headed for victory in an election on Sunday that was a vote test of its tough austerity stance, but exit polls showed it was likely to lose its majority in parliament. REUTERS/Juan Medina
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS30LK
October 04, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho (L) embraces deputy...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho embraces deputy prime...
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho (L) embraces deputy prime minister Paulo Portas after polls closed in a general election in Lisbon, Portugal, October 4, 2015. Portugal's center-right government headed for victory in an election on Sunday that was a vote test of its tough austerity stance, but exit polls showed it was likely to lose its majority in parliament. REUTERS/Juan Medina
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS2T47
October 02, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (L) and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas attend an election...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas attend an election campaign event...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (L) and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas attend an election campaign event in Lisbon, Portugal, October 2, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS2T2R
October 02, 2015
Supporters accompany Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas...
Lisbon, Portugal
Supporters accompany Portugal's Prime Minister Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister Portas during an election...
Supporters accompany Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas during an election campaign event in Lisbon, Portugal, October 2, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS2T2Q
October 02, 2015
Supporters accompany Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas...
Lisbon, Portugal
Supporters accompany Portugal's Prime Minister Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister Portas during an election...
Supporters accompany Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas during an election campaign event in Lisbon, Portugal, October 2, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS2T2L
October 02, 2015
A supporter waits for the arrival of Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister...
Lisbon, Portugal
A supporter waits for the arrival of Portugal's Prime Minister Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister Portas...
A supporter waits for the arrival of Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas before an election campaign event in Lisbon, Portugal, October 2, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS2T1V
October 02, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) and Deputy Minister Paulo Portas attends an election...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister Coelho and Deputy Minister Portas attends an election campaign event in Lisbon...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) and Deputy Minister Paulo Portas attends an election campaign event in Lisbon, Portugal, October 2, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS2T1E
October 02, 2015
Supporters accompany Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas...
Lisbon, Portugal
Supporters accompany Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas...
Supporters accompany Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas during an election campaign event in Lisbon, Portugal, October 2, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS2T0O
October 02, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (L) and Deputy Minister Paulo Portas attends an election...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister Coelho and Deputy Minister Portas attends an election campaign event in Lisbon...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (L) and Deputy Minister Paulo Portas attends an election campaign event in Lisbon, Portugal, October 2, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS2T0A
October 02, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (L) and Deputy Minister Paulo Portas attends an election...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister Coelho and Deputy Minister Portas attends an election campaign event in Lisbon...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (L) and Deputy Minister Paulo Portas attends an election campaign event in Lisbon, Portugal, October 2, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Hugo Correia TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS2SYY
October 02, 2015
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas attends an election campaign event in Lisbon, Portugal,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Portas attends an election campaign event in Lisbon
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas attends an election campaign event in Lisbon, Portugal, October 2, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS2SYK
October 02, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) and Deputy Minister Paulo Portas attends an election...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister Coelho and Deputy Minister Portas attends an election campaign event in Lisbon...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) and Deputy Minister Paulo Portas attends an election campaign event in Lisbon, Portugal, October 2, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS2SYI
October 02, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (C) and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas (2nd R) attend...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister Portas attend an election campaign event in...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (C) and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas (2nd R) attend an election campaign event in Lisbon, Portugal, October 2, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTS2SXB
October 02, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (center R) and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas attend...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister Portas attend an election campaign event in...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (center R) and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas attend an election campaign event in Lisbon, Portugal, October 2, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTX1SRDU
September 27, 2015
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas attends an election campaign event in Braga, Portugal September...
Braga, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas attends an election campaign event in Braga
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas attends an election campaign event in Braga, Portugal September 27, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTX1RXOA
September 22, 2015
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas calls as he visits a Raporal company during an election...
Montijo, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas calls as he visits a Raporal company during an election...
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas calls as he visits a Raporal company during an election campaign event in Montijo, near Lisbon, Portugal September 22, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTX1RXNV
September 22, 2015
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks with a resident during an election campaign event...
Barreiro, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks with a resident during an election campaign event...
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks with a resident during an election campaign event at Santa Casa organization in Barreiro, near Lisbon, Portugal September 22, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTX1RXLR
September 22, 2015
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas visits a Raporal factory during an election campaign event...
Montijo, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas visits a Raporal factory during an election campaign event...
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas visits a Raporal factory during an election campaign event in Montijo, near Lisbon, Portugal September 22, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTX1RXIS
September 22, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (back L) and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas greet workers...
Barreiro, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas greet workers during...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (back L) and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas greet workers during an election campaign event at Santa Casa organization in Barreiro, near Lisbon, Portugal September 22, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTX1RXIC
September 22, 2015
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (L) and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas attend an election...
Barreiro, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas attend an election...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (L) and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas attend an election campaign event at Santa Casa organization in Barreiro, near Lisbon, Portugal September 22, 2015. Portugal will hold its general election on October 4. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/PORTAS
RTSSDT
September 12, 2015
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal...
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal, September 11, 2015. Portugal's centre-right government is confident it will win an absolute majority at a general election next month as voters want to avoid any risk of returning to the economic instability that forced the country to seek a bailout, the deputy prime minister said. Portugal holds a general election on Oct. 4 which is widely seen as a gauge of how to consolidate the country's success at leaving a debt crisis and bailout behind, which led to three years of gruelling recession. Picture taken September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/PORTAS
RTSSDQ
September 12, 2015
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal...
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal, September 11, 2015. Portugal's centre-right government is confident it will win an absolute majority at a general election next month as voters want to avoid any risk of returning to the economic instability that forced the country to seek a bailout, the deputy prime minister said. Portugal holds a general election on Oct. 4 which is widely seen as a gauge of how to consolidate the country's success at leaving a debt crisis and bailout behind, which led to three years of gruelling recession. Picture taken September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/PORTAS
RTSSDP
September 12, 2015
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal...
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal, September 11, 2015. Portugal's centre-right government is confident it will win an absolute majority at a general election next month as voters want to avoid any risk of returning to the economic instability that forced the country to seek a bailout, the deputy prime minister said. Portugal holds a general election on Oct. 4 which is widely seen as a gauge of how to consolidate the country's success at leaving a debt crisis and bailout behind, which led to three years of gruelling recession. Picture taken September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/PORTAS
RTSSAR
September 12, 2015
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal...
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal, September 11, 2015. Portugal's centre-right government is confident it will win an absolute majority at a general election next month as voters want to avoid any risk of returning to the economic instability that forced the country to seek a bailout, the deputy prime minister said. Portugal holds a general election on Oct. 4 which is widely seen as a gauge of how to consolidate the country's success at leaving a debt crisis and bailout behind, which led to three years of gruelling recession. Picture taken September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/PORTAS
RTSSAP
September 12, 2015
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal...
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal, September 11, 2015. Portugal's centre-right government is confident it will win an absolute majority at a general election next month as voters want to avoid any risk of returning to the economic instability that forced the country to seek a bailout, the deputy prime minister said. Portugal holds a general election on Oct. 4 which is widely seen as a gauge of how to consolidate the country's success at leaving a debt crisis and bailout behind, which led to three years of gruelling recession. Picture taken September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/PORTAS
RTSSAM
September 12, 2015
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal...
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal, September 11, 2015. Portugal's centre-right government is confident it will win an absolute majority at a general election next month as voters want to avoid any risk of returning to the economic instability that forced the country to seek a bailout, the deputy prime minister said. Portugal holds a general election on Oct. 4 which is widely seen as a gauge of how to consolidate the country's success at leaving a debt crisis and bailout behind, which led to three years of gruelling recession. Picture taken September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
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September 12, 2015
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal...
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal, September 11, 2015. Portugal's centre-right government is confident it will win an absolute majority at a general election next month as voters want to avoid any risk of returning to the economic instability that forced the country to seek a bailout, the deputy prime minister said. Portugal holds a general election on Oct. 4 which is widely seen as a gauge of how to consolidate the country's success at leaving a debt crisis and bailout behind, which led to three years of gruelling recession. Picture taken September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/PORTAS
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September 12, 2015
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal...
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon, Portugal, September 11, 2015. Portugal's centre-right government is confident it will win an absolute majority at a general election next month as voters want to avoid any risk of returning to the economic instability that forced the country to seek a bailout, the deputy prime minister said. Portugal holds a general election on Oct. 4 which is widely seen as a gauge of how to consolidate the country's success at leaving a debt crisis and bailout behind, which led to three years of gruelling recession. Picture taken September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ECONOMY/
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October 31, 2014
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (C) sits with Finance Minister Maria Luis Albuquerque (R)...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's PM Passos Coelho sits with Finance Minister Luis Albuquerque and Deputy PM Portas during the...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (C) sits with Finance Minister Maria Luis Albuquerque (R) and Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas during the presentation of the 2015 state budget at the parliament in Lisbon October 31, 2014. The collapse of the Espirito Santo banking family's business empire will not keep Portugal's economy from growing 1.5 percent next year, as forecast, but probably will keep it from expanding any further, Passos Coelho said on Thursday. REUTERS/Hugo Correia (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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October 31, 2014
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) talks with Deputy minister Paulo Portas during the...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho talks with Deputy minister Paulo Portas during the presentation...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (R) talks with Deputy minister Paulo Portas during the presentation of the 2015 state budget at parliament in Lisbon October 31, 2014. Passos Coelho also reiterated on Thursday that his government will stay the course of budget discipline in 2015 - the year of a general election - to make sure the country continues to distance itself from the financial "danger zone". Under the draft 2015 budget, which parliament will vote on in a first reading on Friday, Portugal will cut the budget deficit to 2.7 percent of gross domestic product next year from this year's projected 4.8 percent. REUTERS/Hugo Correia (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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October 31, 2014
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (C) laughs with Finance Ministrer Maria Luis Albuquerque...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho laughs with Finance Ministrer Maria Luis Albuquerque near...
Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho (C) laughs with Finance Ministrer Maria Luis Albuquerque (R) near Deputy minister Paulo Portas during the presentation of the 2015 state budget at parliament in Lisbon October 31, 2014. Passos Coelho also reiterated on Thursday that his government will stay the course of budget discipline in 2015 - the year of a general election - to make sure the country continues to distance itself from the financial "danger zone". Under the draft 2015 budget, which parliament will vote on in a first reading on Friday, Portugal will cut the budget deficit to 2.7 percent of gross domestic product next year from this year's projected 4.8 percent. REUTERS/Hugo Correia (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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September 11, 2014
A demonstrator holds a banner caricaturing Portugal's Prime Minister Passos Coelho and Portugal's Deputy...
Lisbon, Portugal
A demonstrator holds a banner caricaturing Portugal's Prime Minister Passos Coelho and Portugal's Deputy...
A demonstrator holds a banner caricaturing Portugal's Prime Minister Passos Coelho and Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas, during a protest organized by the General Confederation of the Portuguese Workers (CGTP) union in Lisbon September 11, 2014. The CGTP union members protested against austerity measures taken by the Portuguese government. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 04, 2014
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas (L) and Portugal's Finance Minister Maria Luis Albuquerque...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas and Portugal's Finance Minister Maria Luis Albuquerque...
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas (L) and Portugal's Finance Minister Maria Luis Albuquerque listen to the statement of Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho at St Bento Palace in Lisbon May 4, 2014. Portugal will exit its three-year 78-billion-euro bailout this month without asking for a precautionary credit line, Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho said on Sunday. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
PORTUGAL-REVIEW/
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May 02, 2014
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas (R) and Finance Minister Maria Luis Albuquerque attend...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas and Finance Minister Maria Luis Albuquerque attend a news...
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas (R) and Finance Minister Maria Luis Albuquerque attend a news conference in Lisbon May 2, 2014. Portugal has passed the last review of its economy by creditors under a bailout, setting it up for a smooth exit from the loan program later this month, the government said on Friday. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PORTUGAL-REVIEW/
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May 02, 2014
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during a news conference in Lisbon May 2, 2014....
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during a news conference in Lisbon
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during a news conference in Lisbon May 2, 2014. Portugal has passed the last review of its economy by creditors under a bailout, setting it up for a smooth exit from the loan program later this month, the government said on Friday. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
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May 02, 2014
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during a news conference in Lisbon May 2, 2014....
Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during a news conference in Lisbon
Portugal's Deputy Prime Minister Paulo Portas speaks during a news conference in Lisbon May 2, 2014. Portugal has passed the last review of its economy by creditors under a bailout, setting it up for a smooth exit from the loan program later this month, the government said on Friday. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
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