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“I will do my best to make Cuba free”: Francisco Cespedes


Last Sunday in Cuba they began with the most significant large-scale civil protest against the government in 60 years. The singer talked about what happened.

Mexico.- Francisco Cespedes, Originally from the province of Santa Clara on the Caribbean island speak frankly about their position in the situation.

“I have seen some policemen who have joined the protest and said that they are not going to suppress and it touched my heart and I ask that they realize that they are countrymen, that they are human. Rejection is so great, I won’t say bad words that president or pseudo-president and The whole Cuban government that I hatesaid Francisco Cespedes.

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For this reason he was exiled

interpreter From “Vida Loca” he said that he has lived in Mexico for 30 years u It is forbidden to enter the island From 2018, during a presentation at the Cuban Art Factory (FAC) in Havana, he gave his opinion about the government.

Till date he had not given the details, but now he revealed that it was your opinion about censorship and mariel’s escape, 125 thousand Cubans for Miami, one of the great migrant movements of the 20th century, guaranteed him deportation.

He asked me about the mariel of the crisis of the 80s And I said I thought there was a psycho government that split people in two and then they asked me what I thought about censorship of artists and I said it was normal, it’s tyranny, thank goodness That at four in the morning I had a flight to return because if not, it would have been another story, ”explained the singer.

will continue to report

Although he assured that don’t plan to call a movement musical with other collaborators, reiterated his support for his compatriots and together with activist Annameli Ramos and Cuban journalist José Ral Gallego assured that they would continue what happened reporting And he called on public opinion and other governments to condemn the injustices that have arisen.

What happens in Cuba?

The movement that emerged in San Antonio de los Baos, southwest of Havana, was followed by Rebellion of dozens of villages And the cities that joined the cause, the same Enact independence and stop dictatorship. In view of this, President Miguel Diaz-Canel called on his followers via national television to confront the protesters in the streets.

In addition, creating a strong military repression Hundreds of prisoners and missing.

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