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Montenegro leaves Pinto da Costa's list to the Supreme Council.  Rui Moreira replaced by Américo Aguiar – Executive Summary

Montenegro leaves Pinto da Costa's list to the Supreme Council. Rui Moreira replaced by Américo Aguiar – Executive Summary

FC Porto president, Jorge Nuno Pinto da Costa, recently presented a renewed list to the club's Supreme Council, which includes several new features compared to the names previously presented in the last electoral law.

Jornal de Noticias, which reviewed the document, notes that one of the most notable changes is the departure of Rui Moreira, president of the Porto Chamber and former vice president of the advisory body. This position will now be held by Cardinal Américo Aguiar, a change that marks a turning point in the formation of this important body of the club.

Another notable absence is that of Prime Minister Luis Montenegro, who is not part of Pinto da Costa's proposal. On the other hand, the list includes new names, including doctors Fernando Bovoas, Leandro Masada, and José Martinez Soares. It is known that the latter was Pinto da Costa's opponent in the 1988 and 1991 elections.

According to information obtained by the newspaper, Eduardo Vitor Rodriguez, president of the Gaia Chamber, Manuel Pizarro, former Minister of Health, and Bragança Fernández, president of the Municipal Assembly of the City of Maya, will continue to serve as part of the Supreme Council under a new government. Drive Pinto da Costa.

Regarding the substitutes, Pinto da Costa chose to include former players Rui Barros and Jose Semedo, who appear as the most prominent news in this new formation of the Supreme Council.

The Supreme Council is an advisory body of FC Porto that includes various figures from civil society, culture and politics. Recently, this body proposed a legal change that ended up not being voted on due to events that occurred at a public meeting in November. One of the points discussed in this proposal was the possibility of holding club elections in June instead of April.

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Naturally, the President of the General Assembly, in this case Lourenço Pinto, assumes the role of President of the Supreme Council. Moreover, all the Vice-Presidents of the Council led by Pinto da Costa are also part of this body, which is headed by Cardinal Américo Aguiar.