In the summary document of this meeting, the PCP said that it was concerned about the situation of workers and the population at the beginning of the year, demanding that they be “immediately appreciated with the general increase in wages and pensions” and in “combating instability and disruption of the schedule.”
Problems registered in the health field appear as one of the biggest concerns of PCP. Issues related to “access to primary health care, shortages of doctors or delays in diagnostic tests and surgeries” were identified as issues that urgently need to be resolved in the province of Évora.
The Directorate of Regional Organization of Évora (DOREV) of the PCP states, in this document, that “it is necessary to ensure compliance with the schedule for the completion of work in the Central General Hospital of Alentejo; measures to strengthen human and technical resources, namely doctors and nurses in primary health care in the region And in the hospital, as well as the conclusion of the Sines-Kaya link, to ensure its full use for the transportation of goods and passengers.
PCP’s DOREV also highlights the work done by the City Council of Évora, as well as all those who have made it possible for Évora to win the nomination for the European Capital of Culture, in 2027, namely the Nomination Executive Committee and the Mission Team.