At least two spontaneous demonstrations have surprised the government of
Groups of Cubans protest in
San Antonio de los Baños
to the rhythm of the song
Patria y Vida,
which has become a symbol of those who disagree with Castroism.
In the videos disseminated through social networks and by instant messaging you can see how hundreds of people took to the streets to shout "Freedom", "Down with communism", "We are not afraid", even demanding vaccines.
suffering from a perennial economic crisis, aggravated by the pandemic, which has caused a new wave of repression by the authorities. The
records breaks every day on the island, where official figures are reported dead that do not fit with informative contributions from independent media.
The first of the two sources of protests is located near
very close to the famous
International Film School
and the second in the east of the country, in the province of
Santiago de Cuba.
The rumble of the protests has reached
San Isidro Movement
has called out to the emblematic
At the forefront of this movement is the artist
Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara,
arbitrarily detained for a month in a Havana hospital.
"I'm going to the Malecón whatever it costs me," the artist claimed through his networks.
"There are several peaceful and spontaneous protests in various parts of Cuba. Internet outages are reported in places where hundreds of people have taken to the streets. We remain vigilant and demand that the Díaz-Canel government respect the right of peaceful assembly."
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