Uruguay President, Louis Lacalle Poe, on Monday highlighted the “commendable courage” of the protesters who They took to the streets of the main cities of Cuba To protest against the dictatorship of the Caribbean.
Freedom is what moves a person. There comes a time when you can be surrounded and besieged, but when certain situations arise, the individual fights for his freedom and the freedom of society,” Lacalle said.
When asked if he had contacted the Uruguayan diplomatic representation on the island, Lacalle explained that he was “exchanging messages to see how the situation is.”.
On his part, the President of the United States said, Joe Biden, On Monday, he asked “the Cuban regime to listen to its people.”.
We support the Cuban people and their call for freedom and relief from the tragic control of the epidemic and “Over the decades of oppression and economic suffering to which he was subjected by the authoritarian regime of Cuba,” Biden said in a statement.
“The Cuban people are courageously exercising their basic and universal rights,” Biden said. “And these rights must be respected, including the right to peaceful protest and the right to freely determine one’s future.”
The United States calls on the Cuban regime to do so Listen to your people and take care of their needs at this vital moment instead of getting rich”And the is over.
The United States Government, through the Acting Under Secretary of State for the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs, Julie Cheung, had already She said she was “very concerned” Sunday about the calls for “fighting”.What the President of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel, did to stop the protests against the regime on the island.
this sunday, Thousands of Cubans took to the streets to protest Castro’s dictatorship amid the island’s grave health situation.. TheDemonstrations began in the city of San Antonio de los Baños (Artemisa, west) chanting “Down with the dictatorship!” , “Freedom” and “Home and Life”, but then spread to other parts of the country such as Palmas Soriano (Santiago de Cuba), Havana, Guerra de Milena and Alquezar, both in the province of Artemisa.
after the protests, On Monday, the dictator Miguel Diaz-Canel considered the previous day to be historic, but not because of the opponents but because of the “defense of the revolution” carried out by the followers of the regime..
“A hug to our heroic and beloved Cuban people of yesterday An important part of their children starred in one of the most historic days of defending the revolution“, he pointed out from the Palace of the Revolution, surrounded by Castro’s political office, at a press conference that he confirmed had been planned for days. He also emphasized that Sunday’s mass protests across Cuba sought to “rupture the unity of our people.”
(With information from Europa Press)