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This Sunday in Venezuela: A march to protest the intervention of Cuba’s Castro dictatorship

Via VOA News (translation by Capitol Hill Cubans):

Venezuela: A march against Cuban intervention

La diputada opositora María Corina Machado con una bandera venezolana durante una manifestación en Caracas.

Venezuelan opposition legislator María Corina Machado has invoked a national demonstration this Sunday to protest against Cuban interference in the country.

"This Sunday, we are going to have a national demonstration against Cuban interference, for the dignity of Venezuela... we will protest against the brutal repression," she said.

Machado stated that "the orders for brutal repression come from Havana," alluding to the presence of thousands of Cubans that have been placed in political and military positions in Venezuela.

The legislator indicated that they will demand "the immediate expulsion of Cubans from our armed forces," which she described as "humiliating."

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