The Speaker of the House, Arthur Lira (PP), confirmed on Saturday (Oct. 1) the merger between the center-right Progressive Party (PP) and the center-right Union Brasil party.
On Friday (Sept. 30), he met with União vice president António Rueda in Alagoas to discuss the alliance.
In July, Poder360 learned of the parties' intention to form the largest congressional bench of more than 100 deputies for the next legislature.
When the idea emerged, the new legend would have a command divided between the three parties.
The presidency would be held by Luciano Bivar, former commander of the . . .