After all parties object to the establishment of a civilian tax, the government believes it is still possible to convince the PCP, the Left Blocks, the PSD and the CDS of the importance of this proposal and do not exclude the possibility of submitting an alternative proposal in a special debate guaranteed by the Republican Assembly Member, Succano Amador.
"I believe that there is still a permanent and permanent dialogue here, giving other parliamentary groups the impression that it is important to create the contribution of these municipalities in order to protect the people. [de apresentar uma proposta alternativa]to be able to involve other parliamentary groups.
The government, of course, believes that the level of civil protection is a measure proposed in the state budget, but warns that, in view of the growing risks, it is necessary to strengthen local civil protection structures.
The TSF forum this week, PCP, Left Block, PSD and CDS talks about a very high tax burden and believes that the level of civil protection is a new tax.
Paula Santos of PCP claims that in the current proposal, the government waives responsibility for a crucial issue and is therefore rejected by communists.
"PCP does not increase this investment in civil protection, as expressed in the draft state budget law. On the one hand, the lack of government responsibility in a matter that is relevant and, of course, must be the means to be able to respond to the various risks identified in our country. The second aspect: you, of course, can not hurt families, residents in general, at an additional cost. "
Left Pedro Filipe Soares acknowledges the need to increase funds to guarantee the quality of civil protection, but believes that the government's mechanism is nothing more than a new unequal tax.
"This rate considers that it is necessary to introduce an individual payment for rights that is a citizen's right – the right to civil protection – and this right is exercised by local governments without any central government responsibility. That does not mean that we do not recognize the need for central government to raise funds directly or through local authorities in order to guarantee civil protection, which in fact serves the people with the necessary quality in order to protect this security. "
The PSS arguments that Teresa Leal Coelho presented in the TSF forum goes one way.
"At the moment, we are most worried about the sheer tax burden Portuguese now faces in their daily lives, and it will worsen if this tax is approved."
João Gonçalves Pereira emphasizes the unlawfulness of the proposal for a CDS.
"From now on, CDS is not the first party to demand the abolition of the same rate, because it had to be understood that what was contested was not a tax, it was a tax because there was no equivalent, that is, there was no concrete benefit, and then the Constitutional Court came to confirm the same unlawfulness and injustice. "
Protecting this measure, the Secretary of State for Civil Protection says that what is in Parliament is a request for legislation and stresses that after the fire and storms of recent years it has become clear that it is important to give local authorities the opportunity.
"Every political force assumes responsibility because it is obvious. That is why we see it naturally, but everyone must understand that we are at a new time with huge multi-level risks and we all understand that we, especially at the local level, need to measure urban civil protection structures in order to respond to several the risks that today's day passed to our fellow citizens. "