“These deaths will forever leave a mark of pain for the suffering of these children who lived those moments, [we] are hoping everything will be done so that situations like this do not happen again in the future,” read the vote presented by Portugal’s Social Democratic Party and unanimously approved.
The parliament also wished a speedy recovery to the three young injured players who are still hospitalised.
Ten boys, aged 14 to 16, died early last Friday in a fire that broke out in the training centre.
The fire reached the accommodation where the young players lived and were asleep in at the time of the fire.
It also injured three others and one of them is in a severe state with 30% to 35% of this body burned.