Chega (English translation: "Enough") is a Portuguese political party formed in 2019 by Andre Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is André Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal.

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  • Chega (English translation: "Enough") is a Portuguese political party formed in 2019 by Andre Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is André Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. On 5th April 2020, André Ventura resigned from the leadership of CHEGA, claiming that the internal opposition was boycotting his decisions in the party. He'll seek a new mandate for the president of the party in the September elections. (en)
  • Chega (English translation: "Enough") is a Portuguese political party formed in 2019 by Andre Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is André Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. On 5 April 2020, André Ventura resigned from the leadership of CHEGA, claiming that the internal opposition was boycotting his decisions in the party. He'll seek a new mandate for the president of the party in the September elections. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA; English: "Enough!") is a Portuguese political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is André Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. On 5 April 2020, André Ventura resigned from the leadership of CHEGA, claiming that the internal opposition was boycotting his decisions in the party. He will seek a new mandate for the president of the party in a . (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough!") is a Portuguese political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is André Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. On 5 April 2020, André Ventura resigned from the leadership of CHEGA, claiming that the internal opposition was boycotting his decisions in the party. He will seek a new mandate for the president of the party in a . (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough!") is a Portuguese political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is André Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA; English: "Enough!") is a Portuguese far-right political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is André Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. On 5 April 2020, André Ventura resigned from the leadership of CHEGA, claiming that the internal opposition was boycotting his decisions in the party. He will seek a new mandate for the president of the party in a . (en)
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  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a Portuguese political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is André Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
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  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a Portuguese political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is André Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a Portuguese political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a Portuguese far-right political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a Portuguese Right-wing to far-right political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and . In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a far-right [[political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a far-right political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a right-wing to far-right political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a neofascist political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a right-wingpolitical party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a right-wing political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • | position = Right-wing to far-right| european = Identity and Democracy Party| seats1_title = Assembly of the Republic | seats1 = 1 / 230 | seats2_title = European Parliament | seats2 = 0 / 21 | seats3_title = Regional parliaments | seats3 = 2 / 104 | website = partidochega.pt| merger = Citizenship and Christian Democracy (2020)| split = Social Democratic Party| country = Portugal| membership = 15,000| membership_year = 2020}}Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a right-wing to far-right political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a right-wing to far-right political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in the Portuguese Parliament. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On the of 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a right-wing to far-right political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described by the dominant media as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in the Portuguese Parliament. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On the of 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a right-wing political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described by the dominant media as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in the Portuguese Parliament. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On the of 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a far-right political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in the Portuguese Parliament. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On the of 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • | european = Identity and Democracy Party| seats1_title = Assembly of the Republic | seats1 = 1 / 230 | seats2_title = European Parliament | seats2 = 0 / 21 | seats3_title = Regional parliaments | seats3 = 2 / 104 | seats4_title = Local government(Mayors) | seats4 = 0 / 308 | seats5_title = Local government(Parishes) | seats5 = 0 / 3,085 | website = partidochega.pt| merger = Citizenship and Christian Democracy (2020)| split = Social Democratic Party| country = Portugal| membership = 25,000| membership_year = 2021}}Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a far-right political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in the Portuguese Parliament. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On the of 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • | european = Identity and Democracy Party| seats1_title = Assembly of the Republic | seats1 = 1 / 230 | seats2_title = European Parliament | seats2 = 0 / 21 | seats3_title = Regional parliaments | seats3 = 2 / 104 | seats4_title = Local government(Mayors) | seats4 = 0 / 308 | seats5_title = Local government(Parishes) | seats5 = 0 / 3,085 | website = partidochega.pt| merger = Citizenship and Christian Democracy (2020)| split = Social Democratic Party| country = Portugal| membership = 25,000| membership_year = 2021}}Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a right-wing to far-right political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in the Portuguese Parliament. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On the of 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
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  • Chega (English translation: "Enough") is a Portuguese political party formed in 2019 by Andre Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is André Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA; English: "Enough!") is a Portuguese political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is André Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough!") is a Portuguese political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is André Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA; English: "Enough!") is a Portuguese far-right political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is André Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • | european = Identity and Democracy Party| seats1_title = Assembly of the Republic | seats1 = 1 / 230 | seats2_title = European Parliament | seats2 = 0 / 21 | website = partidochega.pt| split = Social Democratic Party| country = Portugal| membership = 15,000| membership_year = 2020}}Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough!") is a Portuguese political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a Portuguese political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is André Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • {{Infobox political party| name = CHEGA| native_name = | colorcode = #202056| logo = File:Chega,_political_party_logo.png| size = | leader = [[Claudio Ramos]| secretary = | founded = 9 April 2019| colours = Dark blue| headquarters = Lisbon| ideology = Portuguese nationalismNational conservatismEconomic liberalismSocial conservatismRight-wing populismAnti-immigrationAnti-ziganismEuroscepticism| position = Right-wing to far-right| european = Identity and Democracy Party| seats1_title = Assembly of the Republic | seats1 = 1 / 230 | seats2_title = European Parliament | seats2 = 0 / 21 (en)
  • {{Infobox political party| name = CHEGA| native_name = | colorcode = #202056| logo = File:Chega,_political_party_logo.png| size = | president = André Ventura| leader2_title = Vice-Presidents| leader2_name = Diogo Pacheco de AmorimNuno AfonsoJosé DiasGabriel Mithá RibeiroAntónio Tânger Correia| secretary = | founded = 9 April 2019| colours = Dark blue| headquarters = Lisbon| ideology = Portuguese nationalismNational conservatismEconomic liberalismSocial conservatismRight-wing populismAnti-immigrationAnti-ziganismEuroscepticism| position = Right-wing to far-right| european = Identity and Democracy Party| seats1_title = [[Assembly of the Republic (Portugal)|Assembl (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a Portuguese political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is André Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a Portuguese political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a Portuguese far-right political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a Portuguese Right-wing to far-right political party formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and . In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a far-right [[political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a far-right political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a right-wing to far-right political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a neofascist political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a right-wingpolitical party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a right-wing political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • | position = Right-wing to far-right| european = Identity and Democracy Party| seats1_title = Assembly of the Republic | seats1 = 1 / 230 | seats2_title = European Parliament | seats2 = 0 / 21 | seats3_title = Regional parliaments | seats3 = 2 / 104 Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in Parliament of Portugal. Its inclusion in the register of Portuguese political parties was accepted by the Constitutional Court on 9 April 2019. On 12 April 2019, it announced that the head of its list to the European Parliament is Ventura. Chega was part of the Basta! coalition for the 2019 European Parliament election in Portugal. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a right-wing to far-right political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in the Portuguese Parliament. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a right-wing to far-right political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described by the dominant media as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in the Portuguese Parliament. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a right-wing political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described by the dominant media as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in the Portuguese Parliament. (en)
  • Chega (officially stylised as CHEGA!; English: "Enough") is a far-right political party in Portugal formed in 2019 by André Ventura. The party has been described as nationalist and right-wing populist. In the 2019 Portuguese legislative election it won one seat in the Portuguese Parliament. (en)
  • | european = Identity and Democracy Party| seats1_title = Assembly of the Republic | seats1 = 1 / 230 | seats2_title = European Parliament | seats2 = 0 / 21 | seats3_title = Regional parliaments | seats3 = 2 / 104 | seats4_title = Local government(Mayors) | seats4 = 0 / 308 | seats5_title = Local government(Parishes) | seats5 = 0 / 3,085 (en)
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