Herrerismo is a “national and popular force” said Lacalle Herrera

Last Saturday the Herrerismo sector of the National Partycarried out his National Congress, with the presence of several nationalist leaders. The former President of the Republic, Lacalle Herrera, did not participate directly, but left a recorded message for the members of said ranks and the nationalist community.

The father of the current president, Lacalle Pou, maintained that the creation of the sector responded to a need to give it continuity and renew the ideas of Luis Alberto de Herrera.

“Today I think that only Luis Alberto Heber is a survivor of those heroic days when a handful of white comrades decided that within the party there had to be a Herrerist expression,” Lacalle Herrera said.

“In nine years, from being a very small minority within the party, we became the majority and obtained the national government. There is also, in a different electoral legislation, the success of President Lacalle Pou. I have defined that Herrerismo as a national and popular force. National because it has a very strict concept of what the homeland is, this homeland, the main love of our lives, and popular because Herrera represented the great revolution within the party, opening the doors to the participation of all the people. A popular Herrerismo because it took care of the social, the economic, opening the doors to prosperity as we did between 90 and 95”.

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“The election of young people awaits us and we are waiting for us to organize ourselves, first to help Lacalle Pou carry out his government work, then to show that work, and then so that in the next national election of 2024 he will be a member of the national party the one that leads the popular preferences”, he concluded.

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