José Gil

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Well, it happened precisely because the April 25 Revolution promised a utopian society, which was outlined in the socialist constitution. That constitution was one of the most advanced in theoretical socialism anywhere in the world, and that utopian society, little by little, was contravened and replaced by another real society that imposed a rule, quite simply, not of socialism but of capitalism. Not even the ideals of democracy and freedom had any concrete development in society, so a disappointment set in; this disappointment remains, and is increasingly acute today.feedback
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Apr 25 2014 Portugal
This page is completely dedicated to what José Gil has to say. All of José Gil’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to José Gil came from an article called Portugal's Carnation hope overpowered by austerity bitterness: “No. I think Portugal is now afraid of not existing. I mean, the Portuguese people have another kind of fear: the fear of losing their jobs, losing all the rights they acquired to health, justice and education. Austerity policy is now increasing a general feeling of fear. There is no new dynamic in society. There are success stories for companies but there is no government policy to promote a dynamic of logical economic development – which, incidentally, also depends on Europe. Our situation today rests on this lack of dynamic.”.
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