Resolution of the Council of Ministers no. 81/99, of 29 of July
Published in D.R. number 175 (Series I-B) of 29 July 1999
(This is not an official translation of the law)
Presidência do Conselho de Ministros (Presidency of the Council of Ministers)
The fourth phase in the privatisation process of Portugal Telecom, S.A., was approved by the Decree-Law no. 119-A/99, of April 14, a diploma that remitted to the Council of Ministers the regulation (by means of one or more resolutions) of the final and concrete conditions of the transactions necessary for the said privatisation to be carried out.
The Council of Ministers Resolution no. 56/99, of June 17, has already established the generality of the said conditions.
Subsequently, the Council of Ministers approved a Resolution on July 1 which set the quantity of shares to be sold in the ambit of the public offer of sale and the distribution of shares across the various segments comprising the offer.
It is still necessary to set the number of shares to be sold in the ambit of the direct sale.
Considering the need to ensure an adequate articulation between the sales operation and the subscription to PT shares, in order to guarantee the global financial coherence of the privatisation operation, it has been decided that the quantity of shares to be sold in the ambit of the direct sale shall be adjusted after having collected all the information on the results of the various operations underway, in particular the breakdown of demand between the sales operation and the increase in share capital. In this manner, the Council of Ministers has established a time period during which the Minister of Finance or the Secretary of State of the Treasury and Finance will define the exact number of shares to be sold in the ambit of the said direct sale.
Under the terms of paragraph g) of article 199, of the Constitution, the Council of Ministers resolves:
1 - The direct sale specified in point 1 of article 5 of Decree-Law no.
119-A/99, of April 14, will have as its ibject a quantity now higher than 13,315,682 shares.
2 - The Minister of Finance, or in the case he delegates this power, the Secretary of State of the Treasury and Finance, in a maximum of five days, within the limit established in the previous point, will define the exact number of shares to be sold in the ambit of the direct sale.
3 - The present resolution enters into force on the day after its publication, backdating its effects to the date of its respective approval.
Presidency of the Council of Ministers, July 8, 1999. - Prime Minister, António Manuel de Oliveira Guterres.
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