"We are consistently going towards working as the shadow government," the conservative leader said.
He said the party is holding meetings every Monday and analyzing work of the incumbent center-left government.
"We will encourage and support the government if they implement key strategic projects, including financial discipline, the euro introduction, and the implementation of energy projects," Kubilius said.
He also noted that the new government sees President Dalia Grybauskaitė, and not the conservatives, as its major opposing power. As an example, he mentioned the speech by Zigmas Vaišvila, a signatory to the Act of the Re-Establishment of the State of Lithuania in 1990, during the commemoration of the January 13, 1991, events in the Seimas when he claimed that Grybauskaitė was awarded for her good work at a Communist party school after Lithuania's independence.
According to Kubilius, thanks to efforts of the Seimas majority, the Board of the Seimas gave Vaišvila the floor at the commemoration. Kubilus believes the speech was part of a bigger plan.
"I see parts of the upcoming plan. We will have to find ways how to rationally respond to such situations and help the president withstand what is being planned," Kubilius said.
In his words, political standards have gone down since the leftists won the Seimas elections. The TS-LKD leader says the ruling coalition is little concerned about its own political program, is little concerned about what people are nominated for posts and is little concerned about the fact that the Labor Party, one of the coalition partners, is standing trial in a fraudulent bookkeeping case.
On the other hand, Kubilius was glad that after coming to power, the Social Democrats, the Labor Party, and the Order and Justice Party are renouncing some of their revolutionary ideas.
"We can see that the level of revolutionary rhetoric we heard during the election campaign, is gong down," the politician said.
Kubilius evaluated the October general elections as good.
"The elections showed that we are strong in Vilnius and Kaunas. We made mistakes in Panevėžys, we have to get stronger in Šiauliai and Klaipėda," he said.
The party leader also reminded of the fact that the TS-LKD will mark its 20th anniversary this year and will also elect the new leader.
The party won 15 percent of votes during the October Seimas elections and received 33 seats in the 141-seat Semas.