This video says about itself:
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From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Tuesday 26th January 2016
The president insisted that recently passed legislation granting gay couples the same adoption rights as heterosexuals is a radical change requiring broader public consultation.
He says that parliament has failed to demonstrate that it is in the best interest of children.
The head of state is also blocking parliament’s decision to waive mandatory counselling for women seeking an abortion, claiming that such counselling is a common requirement in other European countries and eliminating it would diminish the right to information.
Presidential vetoes can be overturned by a two-thirds majority in parliament, but it is not immediately clear whether the Bills’ backers could muster that many votes.
Mr Cavaco Silva is coming to the end of his mandate and will be replaced by fellow rightwinger Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, who romped home in Sunday’s presidential election, collecting more than half the votes against nine rivals.
The president-elect warned that he would use the largely ceremonial post to disrupt the Socialist Party government’s economic plans.
He will take up his duties in March, replacing Mr Cavaco Silva, who has served the maximum of two five-year terms.
The president has no executive power, but he has the power to dissolve parliament if he feels the country is going off track.