Chacon inhabitants march for preserving Socialism

primeromayo-chaconInhabitants of Juan Delio Chacón town marched very early in the morning this May 1st, with the motivation of preserving socialism and the conquests of the Revolution.

 

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Inhabitants of Juan Delio Chacón town marched very early in the morning this May 1st, with the motivation of preserving socialism and the conquests of the Revolution.

Pioneers, students, young people, workers, internationalists, retired people and family, organized into five blocks with flags, posters and banners exclaimed mottos like Viva Cuba!, Viva May 1st and workers!.

People was met in the plaza of the town, where claimed the return of the five anti-terrorists unjustly held in the empire, made evident their unconditional support to our leaders and ratified the commitment of keeping unity, firmness and the disposition of defending Cuba.

The new generations represented by a student of the art school Leonardo Luberta and other pioneer of the primary school Conrado Benitez, were in charge of the cultural part of the act, where Sara Licea, organizer of the Cuban Women Federation of the Municipality (FMC), Fidel Rivas, farmer and food producer and Idalmis González, member of the secretaryship of the Cuban Worker Federation(CTC) in the island, intervened and read a communiqué of the last organization mentioned.

Rivas recalled the event occured in Chicago on May 1st but 1871 and remembered the capitalism lived by him and other Cubans before the triumph of the Revolution, which brought equality between people of this land.

“We must keep unity around Fidel, Raul, the Party and the Revolution in order to keep this land in farmer´s hands, the factories as patrimony of the workers and keep the achievements reached in health and education sectors. We must preserve Socialism in order to continue showing with pride, the main rights of each human  beings, which are freedom and independence” expressed Rivas.

The party for the Internacional Workers´Day, where Haydeé Torranzo , Vice-president of the Council of Administration and other leaders of the political and mass organizations participated, finished with the declamation of the poem Mi bandera of Bonifacio Byrne.

 

Traslation: Lien Fernández Sánchez

 

 

 

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