People–Animals–Nature

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People–Animals–Nature
Pessoas–Animais–Natureza
Abbreviation PAN
Leader Collective leadership
Spokesperson André Silva
Founded 22 May 2009 (2009-05-22)
Legalised 13 January 2011 (2011-01-13)
Headquarters Av. Almirante Reis, 81 B 1150-012 Lisboa
Ideology Animal rights
Environmentalism[1]
Humanism
Pacifism
Political position Centre-left
International affiliation Euro Animal 7
Colours      Teal
Assembly of the Republic
1 / 230
European Parliament
0 / 21
Regional
parliaments
0 / 104
Local
government
6 / 2,078
Website
www.pan.com.pt

People–Animals–Nature (Portuguese: Pessoas-Animais-Natureza, PAN) is a Portuguese political party, founded in 2009. It had 1.04% of the votes in the 2011 legislative elections, with 57,849 votes.[2] In the 2011 Madeiran regional election it had 2.13% of the votes, with a total of 3,135 votes and it elected one MP, Rui Manuel dos Santos Almeida.[3]

Electoral results[edit]

Party's old logotype.

Assembly of the Republic[edit]

Election Assembly of the Republic Government Size Leader Notes
Votes  % ±pp Seats won +/−
2011 57,849 1.0%
0 / 230
Out of parliament 7th Paulo Borges
2015 75,140 1.4% Increase 0.4
1 / 230
Increase 1 Opposition 6th André Lourenço e Silva

European Parliament[edit]

Election year # of overall
votes
 % of overall
vote
# of overall
seats won
+/- Notes
2014 56,363 1.7 (#7)
0 / 21

References[edit]

  1. ^ Parties and Elections in Europe – Portugal Wolfram Nordsieck.
  2. ^ "Eleições Legislativas 5 de junho de 2011 Resultados Globais". eleicoes.mj.pt (in Portuguese). Ministry of Justice. Retrieved 2012-06-29. 
  3. ^ "Regionais 2011". eleicoes.mj.pt (in Portuguese). Ministry of Justice. Retrieved 2012-03-29. 

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