The Prime Minister held that there is need to desocialize, people and that of private companies in Cape Verde, towards the creation of “new attitudes and behavior” “because here everything is the fault of the Government”.
José Maria Neves, who spoke on Thursday 29, at the inauguration ceremony of a new fisheries complex in Cova de Inglesa, in São Vicente, gave a list of examples, and later asked for changing attitudes and behaviors.
“People do not produce in business, the company is badly managed, goes into bankruptcy, and the culprit is the Prime Minister”. Who is to blame when there is low productivity, for systematic delays “on TACV flights, and when pilots and commanders arrive late, asked the prime minister.
The prime minister who is sometimes on these flights, is there waiting 45 minutes, asks what is going on and the response is ‘the pilot has not yet arrived, we had to make changes,'” exemplified the head of Government. Even worse, continued José Maria Neves, is that these same pilots take to social media saying that the government “is to blame” for the situation “of these systematic delays”.
“We have to privatize a bit our own selves and that of private companies, and must create new attitudes and behaviors, “concluded the head of Government.
Recently, the pilots of the national carrier TACV proved to be” concerned about the company’s situation “and demanded” a speedy resolution “of the problems affecting the workers.
Ulisses Correia e Silva, the President of the Movement for Democracy (MPD), the main opposition political party, went public, after meeting with the pilots union, and said that TACV is in a situation of “economic meltdown” with “a broken image” and a “comprimised future “.