(Português) Portugal: Centenas de Pessoas Manifestam-se no Porto pela Libertação do Whistleblower Rui Pinto
15 Fev 2020 – Mais de 500 pessoas manifestaram-se esta tarde frente ao Tribunal da Relação do Porto para pedir a libertação de Rui Pinto, o whistleblower português que publicou o Football Leaks e o Luanda Leaks, este último expondo Isabel dos Santos, a bilionária filha do ex-Presidente angolano.
Super Dragões, Lesados do BES ou só defensores da libertação de Rui Pinto, pouco importa, mas o que é certo é que serão já várias centenas de pessoas a estar concentradas frente ao Tribunal da Relação do Porto, localizado na Cordoaria. A manifestação foi convocada através das redes sociais e começou às 15 horas.
Liberdade para Rui Pinto. pic.twitter.com/Q300HnNBlx
— Pedro Bragança (@pfbraganca) February 15, 2020
Frente ao Tribunal da Relação do Porto está também Fernando Madureira líder da claque dos Super Dragões que diz que o movimento quer além da justiça para Rui Pinto, “justiça no desporto e na sociedade” e incentivou a que se realizem outras ações semelhantes a esta “de norte a sul do país”.
Tags: Africa, Angola, Capitalism, Corruption, Economics, Elites, Exposé, Finance, Football Leaks, Isabel dos Santos, Justice, Luanda Leaks, Portugal, Rui Pinto, Social justice, Super rich, Whistleblowing
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