"When it comes to the spokesmen, there were no, there are two," he said.
According to the new spokesman, at this national Senate meeting, which lasted for about five and a half hours, "there were" despite the negative results "in last Sunday's legislative elections" that were below expectations, "great enthusiasm and faith. the project ".
Bruno Ferreira Costa emphasized "this note of faith and optimism" and "continuity of the project".
He also approved the ordinance for elections to district bodies to be held within 60 days, he said, noting that this allows "to place the party nationally and in the autonomous regions".
Formed in October 2018 before the Constitutional Court, the new alliance party, founded by former PSD President Pedro Santana Lopes, debuted in the European elections in May after electing his national body in Congress in February.
In the European Parliament elections, held on May 26, it was the seventh most voted political force, with 61,652 votes, 2% of the total, and elected no member.
In the legislatures last Sunday he also got no election and was in tenth place, with 39,318 votes in the national territory, 0.77% of the total, when there are still votes in the emigration circles.
On election night, Santana Lopes admitted that if his party was already 40, he would follow the example of Asunción Cristas, who announced that he will leave the leadership of CDS-PP.
The former prime minister revealed that he would tell his party's Senate that he was available to leave or move on, stating that "the Alliance continues" and "is not a one-man project, it is a collective project", declares himself particularly motivated by the local election 2021 .