The president of Lloyds Bank, António Horta Osório, will be the highlight of the closing session of the CDS-PP Listen Portugal initiative, which will take place this Saturday, March 30, at Gare Marítima da Rocha do Conde de Óbidos, in Leiria. The banker will make a communication about the future prospects for Portugal at the opening of the works, scheduled for 17h00.
Also in the program are three "unlikely debates": between the director of Nova SBE, Daniel Traça, and the United Nations president of partnership "Sanitation and Water for All", Catarina Albuquerque; between the surgeon Manuel Antunes and the journalist Sebastião Bugalho; and between the economist Daniel Bessa and the inclusion and communication consultant Marta Canário.
The "Listen to Portugal" initiative, born of an invitation from the CDS-PP leadership to the independents Pedro Mexia, Raquel Abecasis and Sebastião Lencastre to "collect the best ideas from civil society" had 20 sessions over 17 months, resulting in "120 proposals innovative, ready for use in a political program ".
The proposals concern problems such as "labor relations in the age of new technologies", "strategies to overcome the demographic winter or" a new rationality for the management of natural resources ".
All will be delivered on Saturday to the coordinator of the CDS-PP electoral program, Adolfo Mesquita Nunes, who maintains this incumbency despite having left the party vice-presidency after accepting without administrator of Galp Energia.