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Portugal Ahead

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Abbreviation  PàF
Dissolved  26 November 2015
Leader  Pedro Passos Coelho
Portugal Ahead
Founded  2014 (as coalition for the European Parliament election)
Legalised  20 July 2015 (formally registered in the Constitutional Court)
Ideology  Conservatism Liberal conservatism Christian democracy

The Portugal Ahead (Portuguese: Portugal à Frente, PàF) was a right-wing political and electoral alliance in Portugal formed by the Social Democratic Party (PPD/PSD) and CDS – People's Party (CDS-PP).

History

The alliance was formed as the Portugal Alliance (Aliança Portugal) for the 2014 European Parliament election, in which the alliance won 27.7% of the popular vote and 7 of Portugal's 21 seats in the European Parliament, sitting with the European People's Party Group. The alliance was later extended for the 2015 legislative election under the name Portugal Ahead.

In the legislative election on 5 October 2015, the PSD/CDS-PP joint list received 36.9% of the vote and returned 102 seats in the Assembly of the Republic, with the PSD electing 5 deputies on standalone lists in Madeira and Azores.

References

Portugal Ahead Wikipedia


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