Portugal's Finance Ministry on Monday flatly denied reports that Eurogroup President and Lisbon's current Finance Minister Mário Centeno plans to resign after he was named as a "person of interest" in an ongoing corruption investigation.
“The reports are false, the finance minister has private talks with the prime minister every day. No resignation has been discussed in this context,” a source with knowledge of the case who requested that their identity not be revealed, told New Europe on Monda...
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