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Salazar vs Humberto Delgado

Contributed by Cristian Oliveira on Aug 12th, 2016. Artwork published in .
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    The idea of this antagonistic conflict is precisely the opposition. The opposition to the Salazar dictatorship of the twentieth century. Referring generally to the course of events during the regime and the MFA acts (Armed Forces Movement) on April 25, 1974. António de Oliveira Salazar defends the principles of the Portuguese dictatorship and its monarchical power wishes, while General Humberto Delgado is one of the main opposition names advocating the democratization of the country. There are several factors relevant to the characters in the evolution of the Portuguese politics in the twentieth century, which makes this “versus” also a demonstration of the ideal socio-political conflicts.

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