The United States Department of State has indicated this Thursday that the case of the opposition Yunior Garcia, the main promoter of the marches against the Cuban regime, shows the treatment that the Cuban Executive gives to citizens who courageously express their aspirations for the island.
“The fact that the Government of Cuba has prevented one of the main organizers of the protests of November 15 left his home and forced him to leave Cuba says everything about the treatment of Cuban citizens who bravely express their wishes and aspirations for the Cuban State“Said a spokesman for the US State Department.
In statements to Europa Press, has affected that the Cuban regime deployed security forces to prevent “a man from walking peacefully through the streets.”
“This illustrates the Cuban regime’s intolerance of the dissident and its refusal to allow its citizens to make use of their rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly“, has added.
A) Yes, has reaffirmed the commitment of the United States “with every Cuban” that it seeks that its Government respects its Human Rights and its fundamental freedoms. “We will raise our voices to defend rights and freedoms when and where they are threatened“, He reiterated, before recalling that the case of Yunior García reminds other” dissidents “that they have been forced into exile from Cuba, such as Hamlet Levistada.
“Another case where the Cuban government intimidated one of the strongest voices for freedom into hiding,” he lamented.
The Cuban playwright Yunior García is in Spain, after last weekend he was unable to carry out his plans to parade through the streets of Havana after the security forces besieged his home. García has defended his departure from the island because he assumed that he would be “silenced”, isolated at home and with little communication.
In his social networks, García Aguilera, 39, thanked the concern of all his friends and also “Many people who have made this trip possible”.
In an interview on the YouTube channel of Ian Padrón, a renowned and multi-award-winning Cuban director and filmmaker, The activist gave some details about his trip to Spain, saying that his plan is not to ask for political asylum and that his plan is to return to the island.
“The regime knows how to do things, it isolates you. They manage to get you out of their center, out of a state of mind that allows you to make the right decisions. Their goal is to destroy you as a person”Garcia said.
The playwright said that the strategy of the Cuban dictatorship is to silence dissent, and annul individuals. He confessed to feeling defeated, destroyedWhen, on November 15, the dictatorship cut off all types of communication in his home, they isolated him and brought in people to intimidate him.
He is also aware that the dictatorship took his arrival in Spain as a triumph: “I suppose they have brought out their whiskey bottles to celebrate my departure, but what has gained is the terror that they have generated”.
(With information from Europa Press)
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