António Costa won elections with 36.6% of the votes and referred to the unprecedented alliance between the Socialist Party and other left legends
Winner of the elections held in Portugal on Sunday (6), the Prime Minister of the country, António Costa, said the results show that the population liked the "contraption", as is called the unprecedented alliance between the Socialist Party and other subtitles. left, and wants its continuity in power.
"The Portuguese liked the 'contraption' and want the continuation of the current political solution, now with a stronger Socialist Party," Costa said after the results of the election were announced, which put the subtitle first with 36.6%. wishes.
With these statements, Costa opened the door for a reissue of the alliance with the Left Bloc and the Portuguese Communist Party, protagonists of the historic parliamentary pact that took the center right from power in the country four years ago.
The Left Bloc will be the third force of the Portuguese parliament, with 9.6%, and the communists, who made an alliance with Os Verdes, the fourth, with 6.4% of the electorate's preference.
From the results of the allies, Costa said renewing the political agreement that currently governs the country is the "obvious reading" of the outcome of the ballot box.
In addition, the prime minister spoke about the growth of the Party of People, Animals and Nature (PAN), which will have four deputies in the new composition of the Portuguese parliament. For analysts, the caption will also be courted by Costa in a new governing alliance.
"They are a politically relevant reinforcement," said the prime minister.
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