The ship returned to Miami after unloading firecrackers near Cuba
Ploto of boats from Miami backing protests in Cuba returned to the United States in the last hours of this Saturday In international waters, after launching firecrackers off the coast of Havana.
Social networks gave part of the success of Unity Day They showed some photos of the lights and a police deployment on the Havana boardwalk.
“Our congratulations to the youth who successfully made Plotilla to send a message of solidarity to the people of CubaThe leader of the Democratic Movement, Ramon Sal Sanchez, made the promise on Twitter this Saturday.
“Lights were seen from Cuba (…) I really appreciate you.” Castro added an activist who had carried out 27 plots for 23 years to condemn the dictatorship.
This plot with about five ships This is one of several events organized by Cuban deportees in South Florida since the protests began in Cuba on July 11., Which includes demonstrations, mass rallies, awareness, roadblocks and trips to the White House.
Demonstrations with the flags of the United States and Cuba and the slogans “SOS Cuba” and “Patria y Vida” have become the anthem of the island’s demands for independence.
The Democratic Movement has defined six key demands of the Biden government to support the Cuban people.
These begin “Enable internet connectivity for the people of Cuba, the ability to receive, send and communicate information.” The group stressed that this would include inviting various embassies to implement the open “WiFi” capability for Cubans to connect.
Strengthen the signal of Television Martin and expand the power of Radio Martin, Technology and budget can be very effective in getting and disseminating the voices of civil society.
Punish oppressors individually and individually under the global Magnitsky Act on Human Rights Responsibility Aims to impose political and economic sanctions against agents who engage in serious abuse.
Use the said sanctions when expressing that possibility, including those who come to the United States “with name and surname”.
Much The disappearances, arrests, torture and human rights abuses of Cuban citizens must continue to be condemned in all international forums. Companies fighting for and monitoring these rights in Cuba are demanding that they enter Cuba.
Convene the International Coalition of Nations to “put pressure on the Cuban dictatorship to stop the brutal human rights abuses and respect the right to freedom of expression.”
Finally, implement the Sullivan Principles of Corporate Social Responsibility (in the version applicable to the Cuba, Arcos Principles) for any company doing business with Cuba.
President Biden mentioned this week “US will continue to punish those responsible for the repression of the Cuban people” And condemned those who dared to speak out as “massive arrests and misdemeanors that unjustly condemned prison.”
Among other things, the government Last Thursday, Biden announced sanctions against Cuba’s Revolutionary Armed Forces Minister (Elvaro Lopez-Mierra) and an elite military unit. Popularly known as “black wasps” or “black berets”.
He also said the private sector was looking for innovative ways to “ensure secure and solid Internet access for Cuban citizens.”
(With information from Efe)