Campaign of resistance spreads throughout Cuba

Via Notes from the Cuban Exile Quarter:

Resistance campaign “Yes, I do want” spreads in Cuba with marches, anti-government messages and other activities
Resistance Leader: Jorge Luis García Pérez “Antúnez”

Cuba, July 3, 2013

by Assembly of the Cuban Resistance.  

Campaign “Yes, I do want, Republic of Cuba in Resistance” increases throughout the the Isle of Cuba, with the aim to mobilize a citizen movement in support of civil resistance. The Assembly of the Resistance reports on the detailed information it has received from across the island about public protests, posters and other activities in support of the Campaign.Placetas, public protest – Members of the Orlando Zapata Tamayo National Civic Resistance Front held a public protest on morning of July 2 in front of the monument to Jose Marti in that city. Demonstrators made known to the people the campaign “Yes, I do want”, which advocates for the freedom of all citizens, and also highlight the situation of hunger striker Luis Enrique Santos Caballero. Demonstrators were from Havana, Villa Clara and Sancti Spiritus. Link to video: Placetas, Villa Clara province. Appearance of posters in support of the campaign – This Wednesday, June 26 appeared numerous signs with messages in favor of freedom and against the Castro dictatorship in the city of Placetas, Villa Clara. This greatly worries the political police, who tried to erase the messages. Opponents took to the streets to continue painting messages. Link to Audio:

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