Spain’s competition Common Party (PP) has chosen right-wing congressman Pablo Casado as its new leader.
He replaces former High Minister Mariano Rajoy who used to be ousted in a no-confidence vote closing month.
Mr Casado, 37, has taken a hardline stance on Catalonian separatists and wants to lower taxes.
He will be tasked with rebuilding the centre-right party’s make stronger sooner than regional, municipal and Ecu elections subsequent year.
Mr Casado, who served because the party’s communications chief, used to be greeted with cheers and status ovations as he addressed delegates in Madrid on Saturday.
Symbol copyright EPA Image caption Former Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy used to be forced out of place of job last month
Socialist chief Pedro Sánchez, who become high minister after the vote on 1 June, said Mr Rajoy had didn’t take duty for his party’s involvement within the scandal and filed a no-trust movement.
The scandal concentrated on a secret campaign fund which the PP ran from 1999 till 2005.
Mr Sánchez secured a majority in the vote after gaining strengthen from quite a lot of smaller events, including the Basque Nationalist Birthday Party – ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY MPs backed the movement, 169 voted against, with one abstention.