Havana, Thursday 14 de November de 2019 03:47 am

Brazil's Lula da Silva sends message to the Anti-Imperialist Solidarity Encounter

Tamaño letra:

HAVANA, Cuba, Nov 3 (ACN) Former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, together with other representatives of the Brazilian chapter of the Network in Defense of Humanity, sent a message this Sunday to the Anti-Imperialist Encounter of Solidarity, for Democracy and against Neoliberalism held in Havana.

"Cuba, Where We Can All Be" are the first words of the letter, read at the closing session of the meeting, presided over by Army General Raúl Castro, First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, and the presidents, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, of Cuba, and Nicolás Maduro Moros, of Venezuela.
Led by Lula, the signatories of the message to the Encounter consider solidarity with Cuba, at all stages of the Revolution, a duty of all men committed to democracy and the sovereignty of peoples, in the fight against neoliberalism and the perverse blockade imposed by the U.S. government on the Island for more than half a century.
The Cuban Revolution is living proof that the period in which ideas play an essential role in History has not been closed, assures the message of Lula and other members of the Network in the South American giant, as well as that Cuba demonstrated and demonstrates every day that one can be free and sovereign.
A slogan that has become customary in these three days of meeting in Havana: Lula Libre, was heard again this Sunday in the Plenary Hall of the Havana Convention Center, the same one where 24 hours ago more than two million signatures collected were delivered and with which the Cuban people demonstrate their unrestricted support to the leader of the Workers Party of Brazil in his unjust captivity and demands his freedom.
Among the signatories is Marilia Guimaraes, president of the Brazil chapter of the Network in Defense of Humanity.

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