The PAN – People-Animals-Nature will open a new space in Faro, next Saturday, 13, whose inauguration will be presided over by party deputy, André Silva, and includes several debates.
"Following the growth of the PAN-People-Animal-Nature structure in various parts of the continent and the islands, 2018 and 2019 will open up a number of physical spaces that will join those existing in Lisbon and Porto, "the political force said in a statement.
In Faro, the inauguration of the space, located on the São Luís road, 7-B, will take place on Saturday, 13 at 2:30 p.m., in the presence of Paulo Silva, deputy André Silva, member of the PAN at the Faro, and other members of the party's national political commission.
The program of opening of the PAN space in Faro will have several thematic debates, focused on the problems of forest fires and land-use planning, current animal protection and welfare laws, legislative progress on rights in parenthood and, finally, in the measures of the NAP under negotiation for the 2019 State Budget.
Also in 2018 are planned the inaugurations of two more PAN spaces – one in the district of Aveiro and another in the district of Setúbal – and in 2019 a PAN Space in the Azores should be inaugurated.
"The receptivity we have felt for our proposals is what allows us to move towards opening new spaces, and this action is particularly encouraging at a time when three important electoral moments are approaching, in which we intend to significantly reinforce our representation," André Silva said in a statement.