Amelia Calzadilla tells what her life was like after the episode she broke up almost a year ago
CubitaNOW write ~ Thursday, May 11, 2023
Cuban Amelia Calzadilla, mother of three young children, tells what happened in her life after the immediate life in which she railed against the mismanagement of the Havana government nearly a year ago.
During an interview with journalist Ernesto Morales, the young woman explained that she would never be able to work again. For state companies, they are an uncomfortable voice and private companies fear that their number will be a disgrace to the company.
Her husband’s driver’s license was taken away several times, simply for a traffic stop. People have returned home on several occasions.
She explained that on several occasions people came to her home claiming to admire her but in fact went to question her.
In recent days, they have also interrogated her from exile. To those who criticized her on social media for not taking one position or another, the young woman thanked her for the appearance they gave her. “Thank you. I feel supported too.”
“We have to start uniting not in spite of our differences, but with our differences because our differences will contribute much more than our common ideas, but we must respect each other. I do not intend to disrespect anyone even if they attack me,” he added.
Amelia does not consider herself an opposition. She feels like a free woman who says what she thinks.
In June last year, Calzadilla issued a Facebook Live statement denouncing that her children had no food, clothes or toys, and accused Governor Miguel Diaz-Canel and his ministers of leading a comfortable life at the expense of the people. .
“Invest in public companies. People want to be ‘punched’, they want to be paid in dollars, which is what moves the world. I don’t want to talk about continuity, not from the heart, not from the chief of Guanaju” people want to eat and go home and eat a plate of food and work because I don’t want them to give it to me.”
He claimed, “We want to live with dignity and decency. Until when? When people don’t work, they get fired for unfitness and you’re not fit. You’re not fit.”