Voices for the Five from the heart

cinco-the-53As Mirtha Millán, Deputy to the Cuban Parliament, said in the act for the Five Heroes, carried out in the José Martí town in the Isle of Youth that the presents were there to transmit their positive energy and for being closer to the heart of Gerardo, Fernando, Antonio, René and Ramón, unjustly held in U.S. for monitoring right-wing groups in South Florida that were planning and carrying out terrorist actions against Cuba.

The new claim of justice was demanded in the José Martí town of the Isle of Youth, where its inhabitants demanded the free of the five heroes unjustly held in U.S. for monitoring right-wing groups in South Florida that were planning and carrying out terrorist actions against Cuba

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As Mirtha Millán, Deputy to the Cuban Parliament, said in the act for the Five Heroes, carried out in the José Martí town in the Isle of Youth that the presents were there to transmit their positive energy and for being closer to the heart of Gerardo, Fernando, Antonio, René and Ramón, unjustly held in U.S. for monitoring right-wing groups in South Florida that were planning and carrying out terrorist actions against Cuba.

“Only moving the public opinion of the world, specially of the U.S citizens and forming a tribunal of millions of people, we will make to return our five antiterrorist brothers to our homeland” pointed out the deputy when offered a detail explanation with irrefutable arguments of human, juridical and political character on why we must add to the world campaign called the 5th of each month for the Five where people send emails or faxes and  call the White House in Washington to demand President Obama  to put end to this injustice.

Martha González, member of the municipal secretaryship of the Cuba Women Federation, explained that this meeting is part of the activities planned for the commemoration of the 52 anniversary of this organization, founded on August 23 of 1960 by Vilma Espín, its eternal president.

Marilú Pupo, an inhabitant of the community, read a poem dedicated to the Five Heroes written by her daughter Yudelmis Martínez, who wrote it when she was 12 years old and sent to them receiving immediately answer, since then there is a communication between them.

From the art the pioneer Meliza Rosa Gómez showed a collection of drawings on the topic, which were painted by students of the school of the community, well-known as Patria.

Margarita Gómez, member of the Association of Combatants of the Cuban Revolution and neighbour, recalled that on August 2 of 1978 the then Isle of Pines change its name for Isle of Youth by petition of the young brigades that came to contribute with the isle’s development and asked the new generations that keep the conquests gotten with sacrifice by them.

 

Traslation: Lien Fernández Sánchez

 

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