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SOLIDARIDAD DE TRABAJADORES CUBANOS: COMUNICADO

SOLIDARIDAD DE TRABAJADORES CUBANOS

18 de abril del 2019

COMUNICADO:

María Elena Mir Marrero, Secretaria General de la Confederación Obrera Nacional Independiente (CONIC) y Rafael León Rodríguez, Coordinador de Proyecto Demócrata Cubano (PDC), nos acaban de informar que en el día de hoy se celebró en la Habana, el cambio de mando para la nueva Secretaria Ejecutiva de la Mesa de Unidad de Acción Democrática (MUAD), que fuera electa el pasado 26 de marzo.

Pese a las amenazas y detenciones que sufrieron varios miembros de la Secretaría Ejecutiva el pasado  16 de abril, que impidió que se realizara la reunión que estaba planeada para realizar el cambio de mando de la Secretaría Ejecutiva, miembros de las organizaciones que forman parte de la MUAD y los miembros que radican en Cuba y que habían sido electos para ocupar los cargos en la misma y en la Comisión de Disciplina, celebraron contra viento y marea la reunión en el día de hoy.

La nueva Secretaría Ejecutiva está integrada por:

1.      Proyecto Demócrata Cubano, Rafael León Rodríguez

2.      Confederación Obrera Nacional Independiente de Cuba, María Elena Mir Marrero

3.      Partido Solidaridad Liberal Cubano, Fernando Palacio Mogar

4.      Movimiento Ciudadano de Reflexión y Reconciliación, Alberto de la Nuez Ramírez

5.      Agenda Cuba, Tomas Rodríguez

6.      Comité Cubano Pro Derechos Humanos, Rodolfo González

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Nicaraguan Police Forces Attack and Arrest Peaceful Protesters

The World Movement for Democracy condemns the use of indiscriminate violence by the Nicaraguan police forces on March 16, when they attacked a demonstration calling for the release of political prisoners and Journalists and human rights activists are attacked indiscriminately by the Nicaraguan policeJournalists and human rights activists are attacked indiscriminately by the Nicaraguan policearrested 164 protesters. Among those arrested was World Movement Steering Committee member Sofia Montenegro.

The attack started just before 2:00 in the afternoon, when police began arresting anyone carrying a Nicaraguan flag in the vicinity of the demonstration, which was organized by the Blue and White National Unity coalition. In addition, police attacked and arrested journalists who were covering the protest. Many who were wounded during the attack lay in the streets for hours, because Red Cross personnel in the area were unable to move them to hospitals for fear of being attacked themselves. Those arrested were released late Saturday night to a large crowd of family members and friends. "It was a moving thing, [seeing] how the people at that time of night went out to the streets to receive us," said Sofia Montenegro.

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CUBA: Hostigamiento y agresiones a periodistas en febrero de 2019

En el mes de enero hubo otros 9 casos comprobados de agresiones y hostigamiento.

A continuación una lista parcial. Sólo los casos comprobados por la APLP:

Nombre: Oscar Padilla Suárez.

Lugar de residencia: Ciudad de Camagüey; provincia Camagüey.

Periodista de: Red de Periodistas Comunitarios.

Fecha del incidente: Día 6

Hechos:Arrestado en la vía pública sobre las nueve y treinta de la mañana por un subteniente (chapilla número 19365) y un agente (chapilla número 18622) ambos de la Policía Nacional Revolucionaria (PNR).

Conducido a la Primera  Estación Policial, conocida como “Avellaneda”. Interrogado por dos oficiales de la Policía Política durante cinco horas.

“Estuvieron haciendo preguntas sobre mi vida personal y mis actividades, primero en la oposición, y luego en la prensa independiente. También querian saber a quienes visitamos mi esposa y yo cuando viajamos a La Habana”, narró el periodista.

La esposa de Padilla Suárez, Belkis Dominguez Aguilar, ex presa política, padece de cáncer, y cada cierto tiempo tiene que acudir a la capital de Cuba a recibir atención médica especializada.

 

Nombre: Roberto de Jesús Quiñones Aces

Lugar de residencia: Guantánamo; provincia Guantánamo.

Periodista de: Proyecto CubaNet (Miami).

Fecha del incidente: Día 10.

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Cuba: More opponents eliminated during Raúl Castro’s rule

Since Raúl Castro became Cuba’s “maximum leader” in July 2006, after Fidel Just a few ones among the thousands of victims of the Castros regimeJust a few ones among the thousands of victims of the Castros regimeCastro’s illness and retirement, the number of mysterious “accidents,” sudden mortal illnesses, alleged suicides, and attempts on the lives of political opponents has multiplied. This coincides with credibility and support that world democracies started affording the Cuban dictatorship.

Defectors confirm the Cuban regime's practice of eliminating opponents both inside and outside Cuba. The surviving archives of the former Soviet bloc also contain proof that Cuba’s intelligence services had joint training and operations to repress and eliminate the opposition with the KGB, the Stasi, and the political police of Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, and other totalitarian countries.

Our new report addresses these cases in a historical context with particular attention to those occurring since 2006. Part I, now published, provides examples occurring inside Cuba; Part II, coming soon, will address cases outside of Cuba.

No to impunity

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Pakistan: Nearly 200 Cases of Christians on Blasphemy Charges

The Pakistan Penal Code, the main judicial law of Pakistan, prohibits blasphemy (Urdu: قانون توہین رسالت‎) against Islam, providing penalties ranging from a fine to death. Since 1990, nearly 70 people have been executed, lynched or murdered as a result of blasphemy allegations and many more are awaiting sentence."

‘The blasphemy law destroys the lives of those who have been accused, even if they avoid being executed’.–Father James Channon

Lahore, Jan.23.– There are nearly 200 cases of Christians in Pakistan charged with blasphemy – the controversial law made famous by Asia Bibi, according to a January 23, 2019, report by Aid to the Church in Need (ACN).

Father James Channon, director of the Peace Center in Lahore, which promotes inter-faith relations, said research by the Catholic Church had revealed 187 live cases of Christians charged with blasphemy which in Pakistan can carry sentences of life imprisonment or death.

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