PRESS RELEASE: ASMAA is happy to announce that the following members form the new leadership of the association, effective from 21 September 2017 until 20 September 2022.
ASMAA wishes to inform all its supporters and donors that as a result of the Banco Santander Totta takeover of Banif, some hiccups have occurred during the transfer of accounts from Banif to its new owner.
With a nominal budget of 9,000€ (530€ per council region), ASMAA is launching its “I am a Blue Rebel” campaign covering the 16 councils Algarve as well as Odemira in the Alentejo. This campaign budget is a drop in the ocean when measured against a global political election campaign budget of 1.4Million Euros just in the Algarve.
The CEO of GALP announced on 31 July 2017 during a press conference that it was Galp’s intention to drill in 2018 between April and June.
The Portuguese mainstream press on 4 August 2017 went into "override" when it announced that Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa signed into law a proposal submitted by the PS and approved in Parliament on 11 May this year. According to the press this was the best thing since sliced bread was discovered.
There appears to be a bit of confusion surrounding information regarding the urgent applications brought forward to stop the Galp/ENI consortium drilling of the coast of Aljezur.
At ASMAA we are so excited and feel truly blessed for being invited by Tamera to collaborate in the event scheduled for Saturday 12 August in Odeceixe.
On October 1st, municipal elections are going to take place all over the country in Portugal. Some mayors and councillors will be re-elected and some won’t.
On Friday the 14 July 2017, ASMAA received the long awaited report from the petition moderator MP Hugo Costa (PS). (You can download it below)
Various serious disasters took place in Portugal in the past four weeks and indicated clearly the risks – not only environmental, economic or human - but also the poor and ineffective disaster management by some of the critical civil protection services.