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Portugal government sticks to bailout goals in confidence motion

LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal's reshuffled coalition government stuck to plans to complete the country's EU/IMF bailout program while promising to promote growth, in a document sent to parliament on Thursday tabling a symbolic vote of confidence.Full story

Portugal president approves reshuffle, ending government rift

LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal's president approved on Tuesday the promotion of junior coalition party leader Paulo Portas to deputy prime minister and a wider government reshuffle as proposed by premier Pedro Passos Coelho to ensure the ruling coalition's unity after a rift. Full story

Portugal PM confirms reshuffle request, Portas to be deputy PM

LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal's prime minister confirmed on Monday his intention to make junior coalition party leader Paulo Portas his deputy, coordinating talks with Lisbon's EU and IMF lenders that has been a key condition to heal a rift within the government. Full story

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