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"The second highest Portuguese just how many people from Britain while Brexit, and it's the pound evaluates. I mean, we might lose a lot of that too lot of that tourism had. You had the same political issues in Portugal, that some other countries in Europe have had a rise of the political right arise in anti immigrant sentiment and even a rise in anti European sentiment that people want to leave the European Union. So the answer is a blunt, no so Portugal. And like many other countries in Europe that you so correctly referred. We don't have a single right-wing or far right-wing, if you want seat in the parliament, not one MB is in the parliament from one of those fringe parties for the Shanley Portugal, as always been, I mean, there's always racial problems and tensions everywhere. The racism and xenophobia feelings, but Portugal, I tend to believe or feel that it's on the on the better side of things on that respect. Partisan to be moderate. I would say, we don't have any of those. Extra museums and yeah. So a lot of wanting to leave the European Union, relative to the new opinion. I would say that there's a little bit more skepticism but still far away from anything that will jeopardize our position, as a pro the country, I think of all the parties with parliamentary representation, I think only the communist party with maybe ten percent or eight percent of the of the MP's actually, actually, in favor of leaving the euro. Now the government in Portugal is a socialist government. It's led by Prime Minister Antonio Costa who faces an election later this year have the cutbacks in public spending affected"