Multitudinous marches in Cuba for its sovereignty, for peace and against injustice

Havana, Nov. 28 – Thousands of young people staged massive marches in Cuba in tribute to the 8 medical students who were unjustly shot 150 years ago by Spanish colonialism, which became acts in defense of the Revolution of the Caribbean island, its sovereignty, peace and against injustice.

The largest of all took place on Saturday in this capital, which traveled several kilometers from the historic staircase of the University of Havana, to the monument erected to the medical students murdered on November 27, 1871.

The immense Havana demonstration, led by President Miguel Díaz-Canel, was a true demonstration of support by the new generations of Cubans for their Revolution, for their independence, and of rejection of the continuous aggressions of the United States against the largest of the Antilles, including the cruel and prolonged blockade imposed by Washington.

It was also another great activity, one of the many held on the island and in the world, in homage to the Commander in Chief, Fidel Castro, on the occasion of a global day for the V anniversary of his physical disappearance, on November 25. .

Hundreds of images of Fidel, Cuban flags and photos of the students shot by the colonialists filled the long journey through the streets of Havana starring young people from the oldest Caribbean archipelago, widely disseminated on social networks, and as always silenced by the great international press emporiums.

In his Twitter account, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla stressed that Saturday’s marches in his country once again demonstrated the failure of the old Washington policy of trying to destroy the Revolution of January 1, 1959 in the Antillean nation.