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TVI News: Benfica partner advances with lawsuit against Vieira
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TVI News: Benfica partner advances with lawsuit against Vieira

This Thursday, Benfica partner Jorge Mattamouros filed a civil action against the club's president for violating the statutes, alleging, among other things, that Luís Filipe Vieira uses the club's money for his company. “Benfica is a victim of Luís Filipe Vieira” – this is the motto of lawyer Jorge Mattamouros, who lives in the United States and has dual nationality. In the action, delivered to the Judicial Court of the District of Lisbon, and to which the TVI had access, this partner alleges that Benfica is in a "deep institutional crisis", due to the "moral decadence personified in Luís Filipe Vieira" and the "instrumentalization of the club for countless illegal and ethically objectionable practices that serve the personal interests of t...
More Transfers: “Sporting’s options in attack are too short to defend the title”
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More Transfers: “Sporting’s options in attack are too short to defend the title”

Rúben Amorim is still looking for a striker and Nmecha could even be the lions' choice. The lions do not confirm the interest in the player, but Rui Pedro Braz insisted that the player remains the preferred target for the national champions for attack. "We continue to have information that Nmecha is Sporting's main target for the attack", revealed the commentator of TVI. According to Braz, the lions' stance is “understandable” and could mean that the lion leaders want to release Sporar first before assuming they want a striker. Options in Sporting's attack are short to defend the title, to play Champions, to play the Portuguese Cup”, finished. At Benfica, Pedrinho seems to be the main topic on the table. The Brazilian player may...
It happens to the best: the clinic charged 7,000 euros for dental treatment but only installed a screw in the patient’s mouth
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It happens to the best: the clinic charged 7,000 euros for dental treatment but only installed a screw in the patient’s mouth

Maria Ramada has lived in Benfica since 2019, the year she left her old house in the Telheiras area, considering that the neighborhood had little life. Benfica, I like it a lot, it has everything. We get to the window, we see everything: shopping center, cafes", he tells, with a smile on his face, to the TVI reporting team. And precisely because there is no shortage of any type of service in that area of ​​the city of Lisbon, the 77-year-old pensioner chose, on the advice of a neighbor, the Caredent clinic to undergo routine dental treatment. When they cleaned her, they said she needed more treatment", reports Rui Ramada, his son, to TVI. The doctor who observed Maria considered that the woman needed a bone graft and some...
Supreme court to decide which court will conduct the investigation of the case of Benfica’s e-mails
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Supreme court to decide which court will conduct the investigation of the case of Benfica’s e-mails

The Supreme Court of Justice will decide whether the investigation of the e-mails case will take place at the Court of Instruction of Lisbon or Matosinhos, after the latter also declares itself “territorially incompetent” to carry out this phase. In an order to which the Lusa agency had access this Thursday, the Criminal Instruction Court (ICT) of Matosinhos understands that the ICT in Lisbon is “competent” to carry out this optional phase, required by the three defendants: the communication director from FC Porto, Francisco J. Marques, the former director of Porto Canal Júlio Magalhães and a commentator of Porto Canal, accused of violation of correspondence and improper access, for disseminating Benfica e-mail content. The start of the ins...
This is how the heads of the ECB invest: Lagarde in real estate and Guindos with Mutuactivos
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This is how the heads of the ECB invest: Lagarde in real estate and Guindos with Mutuactivos

The governing council of the European Central Bank (ECB) accumulates one of the largest shares of financial power in the world (along with its counterparts in the Federal Reserve). Its top managers manage a balance of 840,000 million euros. Defining the monetary policy of the euro zone allows them to mobilize huge amounts of money to prop up the public accounts of many countries. Now, how do directors invest their own assets? Where do the president, Christine Lagarde, or the vice president Luis de Guindos have their savings? The ECB has made public the declarations of interests of all the directors of the institution: the six members of the executive committee and the governors of the 27 national central banks, who are part of the council of the organization. In the case of the presid...