All you need to know about the Portuguese election

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Series Details 30.09.15
Publication Date 30/09/2015
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The Portuguese general election will take place on 4 October 2015. It may well deliver an inconclusive outcome, with neither the centre-right governing coalition nor the Socialist Party securing an absolute majority in the Portuguese parliament.

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