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Rita Murtinho

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About Rita
My name is Rita Murtinho and I'm freelancer journalist based in Lisbon, Portugal. I'm currently working on an EU affairs show for Portugal’s Public Broadcast (RTP), but I still have free time to complement it with other journalistic challenges
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From the Algarve to Lapland Episode 3

10 Apr 2024  |  rtp.pt
RTP's new series 'Do Algarve à Lapónia' travels through over 50 regions in the 27 EU member countries, showcasing projects funded by the EU in various fields such as agriculture, job creation, new energy sources, poverty combat, climate change, and refugee integration. The program is presented by Alexandra André and Victor Hugo Mendes.

Alexei Navalny's widow at the European Parliament: 'Everyone has become accustomed to war'

07 Mar 2024  |  rtp.pt
Yulia Navalnaya, the widow of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, addressed the European Parliament in Strasbourg on February 28, nearly two weeks after her husband's death. In an emotional speech, she criticized the current EU sanctions against Russia as insufficient and called for more effective measures to overthrow Putin's regime.

The Great Illusion: Hate Has Come Out of the Closet

05 Jan 2021  |  sicnoticias.pt
The right-wing party Chega! gained parliamentary representation in the 2019 legislative elections in Portugal, with leader André Ventura attracting 60,000 votes. The party's rise has been reflected in polls, making it a political and social phenomenon of interest to similar European parties like France's Rassemblement National and Italy's Lega. However, Chega!'s rapid growth has also attracted individuals with murky interests and no political ideology, who see Ventura's appeal as an easy route to power. Ventura's rhetoric targets vulnerable minorities and attracts radicals and opportunists, leading to internal conflicts and challenges to his leadership. The investigative report, supported by the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, will release more episodes, including international comparisons with political realities in France, Italy, and Spain.

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