The CDS-PP leader Assunção Cristas said on Wednesday that "the state has failed" and downsized a road in Borba and caused at least two deaths and injured several people on the landslide. .
"All the situations in which a person is in a country, of course, in a country that is developed and that we want to develop further, that there are entities that supervise, regulate, and have obligations in this area, and suddenly the path disappears. Of course the state has failed," he argued. Cristas.
For the leader of centrists, "there is always a maximum responsibility, and this is the Government and the Prime Minister." [António Costa]".
Speaking to reporters at the end of a march in some of the streets considered to be a taz supermarket ini to buy and sell medicines in the Lisbon region, Cristas came to the point of sending condolences to the victims' family and those still to be rescued. "
"It seems like very little to say that they would investigate Prime Minister António Costa" with a headquarters, saying the center leader was facing the tragedy, "it could get worse." Said.
"It's incredible to ask a General Directorate. [de Geologia] And unfortunately, the Government's action on these issues has been the same again and again when there is a problem. I mean, they have nothing to do with them, they don't know and they're not responsible. And of course this is sad, "he repeated.
The shift of a large land on Highway 255, which triggered the movement of the "significant displacement of rocks, marble blocks and earth" into adjacent quarries, took place on Monday at 15.45.
According to the Civil Protection accident, at least two people died and three people lost.