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Fernando José de La Vieter Ribeiro Nobre GOM (Luanda, 16 de Dezembro de 1951) é um médico, activista, professor universitário e político português.

 

Actividade política

Em 2002 apoiou a candidatura de Durão Barroso às eleições legislativas portuguesas de 2002, por confiança pessoal no candidato e crença na necessidade de mudança de ciclo em relação ao período Guterrista, falando mesmo na Convenção do PSD desse ano. Disse depois depois arrepender-se desse apoio por ter sido decepcionado pela sua prestação como Primeiro-Ministro e saída do cargo para presidir à Comissão Europeia.

 

Em 2006 foi membro da Comissão Política da candidatura de Mário Soares às eleições presidenciais portuguesas de 2006. Em 2009 foi mandatário nacional do Bloco de Esquerda, nas eleições parlamentares europeias de 2009, e membro da Comissão de Honra da candidatura de António Capucho, pelo PSD, à Câmara Municipal Cascais, em 2009. Em 2010 apresentou-se como candidato para as Eleições presidenciais portuguesas de 2011. Sem apoios partidários, alcançaria um resultado de cerca de 14%.

 

Em 2011, a convite do líder do PSD, Pedro Passos Coelho, aceita ser cabeça da lista por Lisboa para as eleições legislativas portuguesas de 2011, e marcadas para dia 5 de Junho de 2011. A página de Facebook de Fernando Nobre foi inundada de comentários a criticar esta decisão, alegando inconsistências com uma declaração anterior, na qual afirmava: "excluí a minha participação política, nem como independente, no âmbito dos partidos existentes, nem em actuais ou futuros governos partidários".

 

Em 13 de Abril de 2011 Nobre declarou que se não tivesse a maioria absoluta dos votos dos deputados para ser eleito presidente da Assembleia da República então iria renunciar ao mandato de deputado e ao lugar na bancada do PSD. O ex-director da campanha para as eleições presidenciais, Artur Pereira, afirmou que Fernando Nobre tinha sido convidado também pelo PS para integrar a lista de candidatos do partido às eleições legislativas. Essa proposta entretanto foi recusada a favor de uma proposta concorrente do PSD, por lhe terem garantido a proposta para presidente da Assembleia da República caso o partido vencesse as eleições.

 

Em 20 de Junho de 2011, ao ver a sua candidatura ao cargo de Presidente da Assembleia da República ser rejeitada à segunda volta da eleição, Fernando Nobre anunciou a retirada da mesma e disse ser de sua vontade manter o cargo de deputado. No entanto, nunca mais participou no Plenário da Assembleia da República. No dia seguinte à sua retirada da candidatura, Maria da Assunção Esteves foi eleita para Presidente da Assembleia da República com 186 votos a favor, 41 votos em branco e 1 voto nulo.

 

Em 1 de julho de 2011, por carta enviada à Assembleia da República, renunciou ao cargo de deputado. Em 6 de janeiro de 2012, em entrevista à SIC, Fernando Nobre assumiu pertencer à grande Loja do Oriente Lusitano, defendendo que os membros das lojas maçónicas se devem assumir como tal.

 

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Fernando José de La Vieter Ribeiro Nobre (born 16 December 1951) is a Portuguese doctor who is the founder and president of the Portuguese NGO AMI (Global Humanitarian Action). In 2007 he was voted as the 25th greatest Portuguese ever in the contest Os Grandes Portugueses, being the 5th most voted among Portuguese living people at that date. He was a candidate to the Portuguese presidential election, 2011.

 

Early life

He was born in Luanda, Angola (it was then a Portuguese territory), in 1951. He moved to the Republic of the Congo (Léopoldville) by the age of 12. He spent 16 years in Africa. He studied in Belgium, where he worked and lived for around 20 years.  He is married to Maria Luísa Ferreira da Silva Nemésio (born Coimbra, Santa Cruz, 21 February 1959), paternal granddaughter of Vitorino Nemésio, and has one sun: Alexandre Focquet de La Vieter Nobre (born 2 June 1980) and three daughters: Isabel Focquet de La Vieter Nobre (born 11 May 1982), Leonor Nemésio de La Vieter Nobre (born 9 January 1993) and Gabriela Nemésio de La Vieter Nobre (born 7 November 1996).

 

Political career

  • Candidacy for President of the Republic

On February 19, 2010 he announced that he would be an independent (supported by no parties) presidential candidate to the Portuguese presidential election, 2011. Without any party support, he had a result of 14% of the votes, achieving the 3rd place.

 

  • Candidacy for President of the Assembly of the Republic

After the election he declared that he was uninterested in partisan politics and refused the idea of turning his supporting movement into a party. He was deserted by some of his previous supporters after accepting an invite by the centre-right Social Democratic leader Pedro Passos Coelho to be the head of the Social Democratic lists and to run for MP for Lisbon for the elections which would happen in June 2011 after the fall of the Sócrates government. The fact that Nobre, considered a leftist and a Soarist socialist and who had supported the Left Bloc in 2009 (saying he "shared the values of the party"), was heading the electoral lists of a rightwing party. Other supporters were disappointed by the fact that he was involved in a party at all after what he had said about not involving in party politics. Nobre defended himself that he trusted Passos Coelho personally (stating he was an honest man) and that (quoting Gandhi) only who doesn't look for the truth never changes his mind. He also stated that he believed the left-right division was worn out, and remembered that he had supported other rightists like José Manuel Durão Barroso in 2003 and António Capucho for the City Hall of Cascais.

 

Nobre was elected, despite much discussion over his acceptance of the offer (including his statement that he was running just to be Speaker of the Portuguese Parliament and not an MP) with a quite positive result over Socialist competitor Eduardo Ferro Rodrigues. Despite the apparent support of the Social Democratic seats in the Parliament, on 20 June 2011, in the first meeting of the Parliament elected by the 5 June election, Nobre failed to be elected Speaker even after two round of voting (gaining even less votes the second time around). It is argued that his defeat was not only due to opposition in the Social Democrats to having an independent as the highest standing among them in Parliament, to opposition of all parties to a non-partisan in Parliament, a fight between Freemasonry (of which Nobre is a member) and Opus Dei (a strong Catholic rival in Portuguese politics). After failing to become Speaker of the Assembly, Nobre renounced his seat. He still attended to the parliamentary meeting of 21 June and had two justified absences. (due to illness) on the meatings of 30 June and 1 July. Since then, he has not had involvement in politics except for some political commentaries in television.

 

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2012-01-09

updated: 2014-07-11

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