A Caminho de Belém ¬ Road to Belem
Everything is impossible until it's done. With that in mind, Nova Debate’s members challenged themselves to make the impossible: try to fit an interview in the candidates busy schedules to talk about who they are and which are their advises for the Portuguese youth.
As we jokingly say, we’re only six social connections away from Barack Obama, thus, we reached out to each campaign and, along with hard work and effort, made it happen.
Lucas Sousa, 3rd year Economics Bachelor, interviewed André Ventura and Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa.
Maria Inês Silva, 3rd year Economics Bachelor, interviewed Tiago Mayan Gonçalves.
Inês Jordão, 3rd year Economics Bachelor, interviewed Vitorino Silva and João Ferreira.
Guilherme Cunha, 3rd year Management Bachelor, interviewed Marisa Matias.
Diogo Torres, 3rd year Economics Bachelor, interviewed Ana Gomes.
Now the results are in and we leave the debate on the other side of the screen - YOUR side. Watch these interviews and we hope that they will inspire you to make an informed choice on the 24th of January. Don’t allow others to shape your future and make the choice for you: act and vote, the floor is yours!
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