Venezuela and Nicaragua have also been vetoed. Honduran President Xiomara Castro protested, “If all the nations are not here, it is not America’s summit.”
“There is not a single reason that justifies the exclusion of any country in our America from this meeting,” complained the National Assembly of People’s Power, meeting in an extraordinary manner in Havana these days to introduce, among other rules, new penalties. of Castroism to approve the Code.
“A new offensive against the United States of America” Cubaincluding strong pressure and threats on several Latin American and Caribbean governments”, deepened the legislators of the International Relations Commission, who thus joined the call of its leader, Miguel Diaz-Canel. Ral Castro’s successor has strong support. Venezuela and Nicaragua have also been singled out for not respecting “democratic principles,” according to various spokesmen for the U.S. administration. Joe Biden.
All of them have been headed by the Mexican President, Anders Manuel Lepez Obrador, are ready to boycott the June convention in Los Angeles. with Nicolas Maduro As a norm, the three Latin American dictatorships are Vladimir Putin’s main allies in the region.
The Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) took this opportunity to condemn the alleged “campaign of lies and propaganda promoted by the United States, which seeks to show the world a reality that does not exist in Cuba and to do so”. fake newsmanipulates images, lies about the alleged persecuted, tortured and missing”.
currently, Castroism jails 1,015 political prisoners, 874 of whom were imprisoned for protesting peacefully after the 11J popular uprising last year, according to data provided by the organization Prisoners Defenders. Among them are several leaders of Cuban dissent and activism, such as the artist Luis Manuel Otero Alcantara, head of the San Isidro movement; Rapper Mekel Osorbo, Patria y Vida, one of the authors of the independence anthem, and Jose Daniel Ferrer, leader of the Patriotic Union of Cuba (ANAPACU).
The United Nations Committee Against Torture has called on the state of Cuba to investigate and prosecute those “responsible for the excessive use and abuse of force during the 11J social protest.”
For the time being, López Obrador is supported by Bolivia, which has already announced that it will not join if its revolutionary allies do not leave, apart from Argentina and Honduras, who support his initiative, although he did. It has not specified what their final status will be. Either be “If all the nations are not here, this is not the summit of America,” protested Honduran’s president, Zimara Castro.
Not only governments, but continental leftist parties and leaders have also joined the protests in Mexico. “Their sin and guilt was liberating themselves from the interventionism of the North American Empire. Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela are free peoples, excluded from the summit of the US to defend their sovereignty. A summit in which That’s a political action,” the former president fired. Bolivian Evo Morales.
in To, Marxist leader Vladimir Cern pressured Pedro Castillo to join the anti-peak faction. “Peru should not attend the summit because of its discriminatory, colonialist and deceitful nature,” said Cern, whose duty depends on a good part of the Cajamarca teacher’s political existence.
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