President of the Republic hears parties and coalitions between Tuesday and the 20th


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The President of the Republic will hear from Tuesday until the 20th the parties and coalitions that won parliamentary representation in Sunday’s early legislative elections, starting with the PAN and ending with the AD.

“Following the elections to the Assembly of the Republic held yesterday [Sunday], the President of the Republic will hear, as of Tuesday, the political parties and coalitions that will be represented in it, taking into account the provisional results announced by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and without prejudice to the constituencies that have yet to be determined,” reads a note published on the official website of the Presidency of the Republic.

According to the same press release, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa will hear the PAN on Tuesday, Livre on Wednesday, the CDU (PCP/PEV) coalition on Thursday, the BE on Friday and the Liberal Initiative on Saturday. Next week, he will hear from Chega on the 18th, PS on the 19th and the AD coalition (PSD/CDS-PP/PPM) on the 20th.

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