NEW YORK.—The deputy candidate of the Fuerza del Pueblo (FP) party, Henry Abreu, led activities this weekend in various cities in the number one constituency abroad.
In New Jersey he visited Trenton and Irving; In Pennsylvania, he held meetings in Lancaster, Allentown, and Reading, where he attracted the attention and sympathy, not only of Fuerza del Pueblo militants and sympathizers, but also of large outlying groups who identified with his candidacy. Kua will give his full support as he assures them with the action plan that he will grow in Congress.
He was welcomed at the plenary session of the FP’s Political Directorate in Allentown, which was chaired by Eliezer Heredia; Lorenzo Pozzo, Vice President and Political Coordinator in the State of Pennsylvania; Juris Matos, General Clerk in Lehigh County; Francisco Angustia, Union Vice Secretary, who opened the doors of his home to host the meeting, which was also attended by young Vice Secretary Franchiles Herrera; Jose Miguel Tejeda, Deputy Secretary, Programs, and Miguel Hernandez, Finance Secretary in Leh.
Abreu listened carefully to the concerns raised by attendees, all keen to support the diaspora through laws that redistributed to their advantage.
At the end of the meeting, Abreu assured that ahead of his election as overseas deputy, the diaspora must ensure that “all projects that benefit our diaspora community will be approved.”
«You can be sure of this, for I have come to establish the denial of the previous ones and what they are, who are apparently invisible, because no one sees them. All of them lack political will, which is why they have not been able to pass a single bill.”
He added that “to this all previous foreign deputies lacked expression and had great ties with the executive power.”
“It is also of utmost importance to note that Dr. Lionel Fernandez has on countless occasions expressed his commitment to bridging the inequity gap with our community, with viable, fair and friendly initiatives that not only guarantee his dignified return , but also guarantees a climate protection for our fellow citizens’ own investments’.
He assured that “with Lionel Fernandez and Henry Abreu our community will be very well represented, because my life is governed by one motto: I was born to serve, and serving is my passion.”
In the city of Lancaster, Abreu was greeted by the local Political Directorate, headed by Cirilo Ventura, who is also the secretary of the organization in the state of Pennsylvania, and by Professor Messala Tapia, a member of the Central Directorate and Secretary of Political Education.
She was welcomed in Reading by FP President Jorge Lopez and his wife, Rosie Quinones, who serves as the deputy secretary for women in Pennsylvania.
During his visit to each city, he received unrestricted support and commitment to work in favor of his candidacy and the return of Lionel Fernández to the presidency.