There is no reversing. The collective archipelago, with the playwright Yunior García Aguilera at the head, maintains on November 15 as a date for civic marches for change, despite the government's ban. "Our personal decision will be civic and peacefully for our rights, the reply of the regime demonstrates once again that the rule of law does not exist in Cuba, which are not willing to respect even its own constitution and violate the human rights of the Cubans, "replied the group through their social networks.
The struggle between the revolution and the young rebels stays three months after the historic social outbreak of 11-J. Castroism, fearful of the repercussion achieved so far by the call, (which not only flies in social networks, as it is also a reason for comments and supports on the streets), it announced on Tuesday its taxative prohibition to be carried out The marches. The response of him emphasized that the socialist system imposed on the island is "irrevocable", as it dictates Article 4 of the new Constitution.
"Promoters and their public projections, as well as the links of some with subversive organizations or agencies financed by the US government, have the manifest intention to promote a change of political system in Cuba. The march announced (...) is a provocation As part of the regime change strategy for Cuba, tested in other countries, "says the government response, delivered to the sponsors of the protest in different parts of the country. A "provocation" of people without legitimacy, according to the government.
Previously, the Castro regime had already decreed military exercises for the 18th and 19 of the next month, in addition to the celebration of the National Defense Day for 20-N, the first day chosen by the promoters of such a daring initiative. These have the support of the Council of the Democratic Transition (CTDC), made up of different dissident organizations.
In his statement, aimed at Yunior García himself, the Revolution emphasizes that the Constitution had the support of 86.85% of voters and the consequent "right to fight for all means against anyone who tries to tear down the political order, Social and economic established ". Cuba is a single party regime, the communist, with remote control elections in all phases, including the final vote in the polls.
In parallel to his decision, the Revolution has undertaken a campaign by land, sea, televisions and social networks to discredit Yunior García, who even suffered a sidestical rally of repudiation when picking up in Havana one of the government edicts. "Yunior, instead of pigeon a crow", titled one of the official media on Wednesday a semblance on the dramatist, "Bastard son of a decadent and vulgar bourgeoisie."
"I do not fear the dictatorship," said Garcia, who insisted through his networks in which "see you on the 15th. I do not fear garbage trucks, black shirts, to the sticks that. They demand in each work center. "
"The homeland is above any political system," said Hispanocubana Carolina Barrero, historian art that for months suffers the constant siege of State security around his Habanera home.Updated Date: 15 October 2021, 07:02