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Elena has been kicked out of the Spanish royal family as we;;, so I assume he wants her to be a 'normal' member of the 'family of the king' again.
I think that's it. D.Duarte must mean that the Infanta Cristina must be treated as a normal member of the "King's family" now that she has been acquitted.
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It's interesting that he brings up king Baudouin of Belgium as an example in his refusal to sign the abortion law. He is quite clear that he would have done the same had he been king when abortion was legalized in Portugal; he would never have signed a law 'that would sentence my fellow citizens to death'.

The final question is interesting as well: how would Portugal have looked liked under king Duarte Pío. His answer:
"We would have been spared 40 years of dictatorship and entered into the European project earlier. We woud have had an equivalent of the British Commonwealth with our former colonies united. We would have been an advanced and democratic country like the other European monarchies.
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D.Duarte always talks about the old colonies and we might have had a kind of Commonwealth with the former colonies united.
D.Duarte used to visit Mozambique and was the president of the Timor 87 campaign, a campaign to support the independence of Timor-Leste (a Portuguese colony that was then occupied by Indonesia).
With several supports, Duarte Pio managed to build a neighborhood of forty houses for displaced Timorese. Through the Dom Manuel II Foundation, which she chairs, she also sent aid to Timor-Leste worth several hundred thousand euros.
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He seems to think that a king has a lot of influence
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Another snippet that might be interesting to highlight is where he talks about it being no problem for the British royal family that Meghan is a divorcee as they are Anglicans but how it would be pronlematic for his famiky because they are catholic. He seems to forget that in the catholic church (in contrast to the Anglican church) she would not have been considered divorced as her first wedding did not include a church ceremony. That's why Letizia was able to marry the prince of Asturias while a more devout divorced Spanish woman would most likely not have been able to marry him if her first marriage had included a church wedding as well.
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Afonso of Bragança visited the Food Bank
Afonso of Bragança visited the Food Bank and was in direct contact with those who every day help feed Portugal.
The Prince of Beira had the opportunity to learn how this important institution works and congratulated all those involved in the organization.
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What is the Prince of Beira Prize?
With the aim of strengthening the research in Science in Portugal, the "Principe da Beira Biomedical Sciences Prize" was established. This is the result of a partnership between three Portuguese Institutions, namely the Dom Manuel II Foundation, the University of Minho and the Guimarães City Hall The aim of this scientific award is to reward the excellence of Portuguese Research and contribute to the opening up of new paths in applied research and ethics in the field of science.The Príncipe Prize da Beira Biomedical Sciences recognizes annually a work plan to be carried out by a (a) Young Investigator, Portuguese or foreign national and under 40 years of age, in the area of ​​Biomedical Sciences, and consubstantiates in the award of a subsidy in the amount of 15,000.00 Euros. for a minimum period of 1 year, and may be included in post-graduate studies, and should be developed in a national or foreign R & D institution (or both). It also aims to promote the development of advanced therapies and to foster the development of a new generation of researchers with training focused in the Biomedical area.
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At a time when we need to re-invest in Portuguese Science, this prize appears as a form of encouragement and encouragement for the visibility of science in Portugal and in the Diaspora.
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D.Duarte, Duke of Bragança will visit the City of Ferrentino, Italy, on July 31
Visita alla CittÃ* di Ferentino di S.A.R. Dom Duarte Pio Duca di BraganÒ«a, Capo della Real Casa di Portogallo. | Ferentino
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"The Royal Humanitarian Association of the Volunteer Firefighters of Lisbon is pleased to announce that the Specialist Trainee nº 1231 Afonso de Santa Maria Miguel Gabriel Rafael de Bragança has entered the probationary stage, once again our Association has the honor to have in its Fire Department an element of the Portuguese Royal Household."

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It is a good initiative for Afonso.
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D. Afonso, Prince of Beiras, is helping the firemen with the fires.


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