A blue bag for a deputy

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Last week, Adres took his interventions a step further on what was one of the best Portuguese stunts this year so far. Adres planned out to leave 230 blue bags (full of garbage) in front of the Portuguese parliament, one for each deputy  member of the parliament, as a “thank you” for all their work throughout the years. “Blue bags” is also the term for money handed out to corrupted politicians in appreciation for political favors and/or others. You can check the full report by Rita Neves and photography by Rita Chantre to be seen here. Some action coverage pics inside.

A blue bag for a deputy

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All photos by Rita Chantre. Full story coverage by Rita Neves and plenty more photos here.

1 Comment

  • VG says:

    Ó rapariga, deputado não é deputy, é member of parliament. Deputy é adjunto, vice qualquer coisa ou substituto num cargo.

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