Rocha and Montenegro are traveling through Minho today

Rocha and Montenegro are traveling through Minho today
Rocha and Montenegro are traveling through Minho today

The leaders of the main parties competing in the legislative elections will dedicate themselves today mainly to contact actions with the population and rallies across the country, on the weekend in which the campaign reaches its halfway point.

The leader of the PSD and the Democratic Alliance coalition, Luís Montenegro, will walk through the North of the country, starting the day in Amarante, with a street action to contact people, followed by a lunch/rally in Trofa, from where he leaves for a rally in Braga, ending the day in Famalicão, in a meeting with young people, at the Municipal Market.

Rui Rocha, leader of the Liberal Initiative, has a meeting with the Minho Business Association, in Braga, in the morning, and a rally in Porto, in the late afternoon.

These two directors are the only ones who will pass through Minho this Saturday.

Nine days before the early legislative elections, the PS leader starts the day in Bragança, with a visit to the Mountain Research Center (CIMO), followed by contact with the population and a lunch/rally, heading to Mirandela, yesterday there is also an action to contact the population, and ending the day with a rally in Porto, at Pavilhão Rosa Mota.

Chega’s president, André Ventura, will have the party’s usual two daily rallies, one in Coimbra, in the early afternoon, and the second in Figueira da Foz, at dinner time, while

The secretary general of the PCP, Paulo Raimundo, will be in Alentejo, with a program that foresees a declaration on infrastructure and mobility, in Ferreira do Alentejo, in the morning, a rally in Beja, after lunch, another rally in Santarém at dinner time and a contact action with Matutano workers, in Carregado (Alenquer), late, at 11:30 pm.

BE’s campaign goes today to Beira Baixa and the North, with party coordinator Mariana Mortágua taking part in a meeting with the population fighting against lithium exploration in Argemela (Covilhã) and, at the end of the day, in a row after rally in Porto.

PAN spokesperson, Inês Sousa Real, will visit local green and sustainable businesses in Porto in the morning and, in the afternoon, visit the Matosinhos – Leça fire station, which is the first in Portugal with fire equipment. oxygen therapy and animal resuscitation.

Rui Tavares, from Livre, dedicates the day to actions in Lisbon, starting the day early with a visit to the Benfica Market.

More than 10.8 million Portuguese people are called to vote on March 10 to elect 230 deputies to the Assembly of the Republic.

18 political forces, 15 parties and three coalitions are competing in these elections.

The article is in Portuguese

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