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People–Animals–Nature (Portuguese: Pessoas-Animais-Natureza, PAN) is a Portuguese political party, founded in 2009. In 2015, they won one seat in the Assembly of the Republic.[6] In 2019 they also won one seat in the European Parliament and increased their seat share to 4 in the Assembly (with 2 seats won in Lisbon, 1 in Porto, and 1 in Setubal).

People–Animals–Nature

Pessoas–Animais–Natureza
AbbreviationPAN
LeaderCollective leadership
SpokespersonAndré Silva
Founded22 May 2009 (2009-05-22)
Legalised13 January 2011 (2011-01-13)
HeadquartersAv. Almirante Reis, 81 B 1150-012 Lisboa
IdeologyGreen politics[1]
Animal welfare[2]
Political positionSyncretic[3]
European affiliationAnimal Politics EU[4]
European Green Party
European Parliament groupGreens–European Free Alliance[5]
Colours  Teal
Assembly of the Republic
3 / 230
European Parliament
0 / 21
Regional
parliaments
1 / 104
Local
government
0 / 2,074
Local
assemblies
26 / 6,461
Website
www.pan.com.pt

In the 2011 Madeiran regional election it had 2.13% of the votes, with a total of 3,135 votes, thus having elected one MP also in this regional parliament, Rui Manuel dos Santos Almeida.[7]

Electoral resultsEdit

Assembly of the RepublicEdit

Election Assembly of the Republic Government Size Leader Notes
Votes % ±pp Seats won +/−
2011 57,849[8] 1.0%
0 / 230
Extra-parliamentary 7th Paulo Borges
2015 75,140[6] 1.4%   0.4
1 / 230
  1 Opposition 6th André Lourenço e Silva
2019 173,931 3.3%  1.9
4 / 230
 3 Opposition 6th André Lourenço e Silva

European ParliamentEdit

Election European Parliament Size Candidate
Votes % ±pp Seats won +/
2014 56,363 1.7%
0 / 21
7th Orlando Figueiredo
2019 167,130 5.1%  3.4
1 / 21
 1 6th Francisco Guerreiro

Regional AssembliesEdit

Regional Assemblies
Region Last
Election
No. of
overall votes
% of
overall vote
Seats Government
No. ± Position
Azores 2020 2,004 1.9 (8th)  
1 / 57
  1   8th Opposition
Madeira 2019 2,095 1.5 (7th)
0 / 47
    7th Extra-parliamentary

MunicipalitiesEdit

Municipality Votes Percentage Local
assemblies
Albufeira 629 4.6%
1 / 21
Almada 3,340 5.0%
1 / 33
Amadora 2,561 4.1%
1 / 33
Aveiro 1,508 4.4%
1 / 27
Barreiro 1,173 3.4%
1 / 27
Cascais 4,006 5.2%
1 / 33
Faro 1,235 4.6%
1 / 27
Horta 392 4.8%
1 / 21
Lagos 470 4.3%
1 / 21
Leiria 1,988 3.2%
1 / 33
Lisbon 10,811 4.3%
2 / 51
Loures 2,637 3.1%
1 / 33
Mafra 1,398 4.2%
1 / 27
Maia 3,046 4.2%
1 / 33
Matosinhos 3,022 3.8%
1 / 33
Moita 1,060 4.3%
1 / 27
Odivelas 2,339 4.0%
1 / 33
Oeiras 3,183 3.9%
1 / 33
Oporto 3,195 2.8%
1 / 39
Póvoa de Varzim 1,397 4.7%
1 / 27
Seixal 2,875 4.8%
1 / 33
Setúbal 1,859 4.1%
1 / 33
Sintra 5,823 4.4%
1 / 33
Vila Franca de Xira 2,468 4.6%
1 / 33
Vila Nova de Gaia 5,131 3.7%
1 / 33


List of leadersEdit

 
Paulo Borges, the party's first leader.
Name Start End
1st Paulo Borges 10 April 2011 26 October 2014
2nd André Lourenço e Silva 26 October 2014 Present

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "SIC Notícias | PAN quer integrar família dos Verdes na Europa". SIC Notícias (in Portuguese). 2018-12-13. Retrieved 2019-06-20.
  2. ^ Nordsieck, Wolfram (2019). "Portugal". Parties and Elections in Europe. Retrieved 18 December 2019.
  3. ^ https://visao.sapo.pt/opiniao/editorial/2019-06-06-nem-de-esquerda-nem-de-direita/
  4. ^ "The EURO ANIMAL 7". www.animalwelfareparty.org. Animal Welfare Party. 2019-06-20.
  5. ^ "SIC Notícias | PAN quer integrar família dos Verdes na Europa". SIC Notícias (in Portuguese). 2018-12-13. Retrieved 2019-06-20.
  6. ^ a b Legislativas 2015 Archived 2015-10-05 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved 19 February 2017.
  7. ^ "Regionais 2011". eleicoes.mj.pt (in Portuguese). Ministry of Justice. Archived from the original on 2014-02-10. Retrieved 2012-03-29.
  8. ^ "Eleições Legislativas 5 de junho de 2011 Resultados Globais". eleicoes.mj.pt (in Portuguese). Ministry of Justice. Archived from the original on 2012-05-30. Retrieved 2012-06-29.

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