Residents of Villa Clara ratified their support for the Cuban Revolution

Residents of Villa Clara ratified their support for the Cuban Revolution

Last Saturday, Santa Clara was the scene of the ceremony of revolutionary reaffirmation on the esplanade in front of the headquarters of the Provincial People's Court, formerly the Court of Las Villas. The highest authorities of the territory headed this patriotic concentration.

Yudi Rodriguez Hernandez, first secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) in Villa Clara, referred to the numerous attacks that the Cuban people have had to face for more than 60 years from the most powerful country on earth, all acts that violate the international law that in concrete examples, such as the economic, commercial and financial blockade represent a crime against humanity.

She warned of the dire consequences that Cuba would suffer from a "humanitarian intervention", which translates into a military aggression and the corresponding massacre, an increase in the epidemics and other evils that have already been eradicated in the country, a scenario that cannot be allowed under any circumstances and for which many of the enemies of the Revolution advocate, she said.

The first secretary of the PCC in Villa Clara insisted that both the peace and the dialogue should prevail among all Cubans, a climate where disagreements are heard and addressed, all on the basis of respect and without any incitement to the violence.

This patriotic concentration was also attended by a representation of the people of Santa Clara, with the fulfillment of the hygienic-sanitary measures, to demand, once again, the lifting of the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States and the cessation of the destabilization attempts against Cuba.

A representation of the different sectors of the province was also present, the University Student Federation, the Federation of High School Students, other entities, such as the MINTUR and the Palmares Group, mass organizations, such as the Federation of Cuban Women, the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution, the Confederation of Cuban Workers, among others.

At the ceremony of defense of the Cuban Revolution held in this city in the face of attempts to destabilize it through various platforms with events that incited to violence, the willingness to be alert and not to neglect the surveillance in each block and in each neighborhood was evident.

Neither criminals, nor the annexationists. The streets and squares were taken over by the Cubans who mobilized early in Havana; also there, near the Moncada de Santiago; those who sang the Cuban National Hymn; those who in Camagüey went, invoked by name, to the Liberty Square; those who, gathered in front of the audience, felt the roar of a battle like that of Santa Clara.

Residents of Villa Clara ratified their support for the Cuban Revolution

Last Saturday, Santa Clara was the scene of the ceremony of revolutionary reaffirmation on the esplanade in front of the headquarters of the Provincial People's Court, formerly the Court of Las Villas. The highest authorities of the territory headed this patriotic concentration.

Yudi Rodriguez Hernandez, first secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) in Villa Clara, referred to the numerous attacks that the Cuban people have had to face for more than 60 years from the most powerful country on earth, all acts that violate the international law that in concrete examples, such as the economic, commercial and financial blockade represent a crime against humanity.

She warned of the dire consequences that Cuba would suffer from a "humanitarian intervention", which translates into a military aggression and the corresponding massacre, an increase in the epidemics and other evils that have already been eradicated in the country, a scenario that cannot be allowed under any circumstances and for which many of the enemies of the Revolution advocate, she said.

The first secretary of the PCC in Villa Clara insisted that both the peace and the dialogue should prevail among all Cubans, a climate where disagreements are heard and addressed, all on the basis of respect and without any incitement to the violence.

This patriotic concentration was also attended by a representation of the people of Santa Clara, with the fulfillment of the hygienic-sanitary measures, to demand, once again, the lifting of the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States and the cessation of the destabilization attempts against Cuba.

A representation of the different sectors of the province was also present, the University Student Federation, the Federation of High School Students, other entities, such as the MINTUR and the Palmares Group, mass organizations, such as the Federation of Cuban Women, the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution, the Confederation of Cuban Workers, among others.

At the ceremony of defense of the Cuban Revolution held in this city in the face of attempts to destabilize it through various platforms with events that incited to violence, the willingness to be alert and not to neglect the surveillance in each block and in each neighborhood was evident.

Neither criminals, nor the annexationists. The streets and squares were taken over by the Cubans who mobilized early in Havana; also there, near the Moncada de Santiago; those who sang the Cuban National Hymn; those who in Camagüey went, invoked by name, to the Liberty Square; those who, gathered in front of the audience, felt the roar of a battle like that of Santa Clara.