The CID Marched on the Day of Resistance in the Parraga Neighborhood

The delegation of the Independent and Democratic Cuba Party (CID) in the quarter of Parraga, celebrated the first month of its founding with a march in the street in the Arroyo Naranjo municipality in support of the Resistance Day on the afternoon of December 24 .

More than a dozen activists of the Independent and Democratic Cuba Party took to the streets in the neighborhood of Parraga at Havana municipality of Arroyo Naranjo to greet the day to support the Resistance Day declared the 24th of each month by the Assembly “We Are All the Resistance” of which the CID is a part.

Activists shouted protests such as: Freedom! Down with Communism! Long live human rights!, Zapata and Pedro Luis Boitel live! Down with hunger! Down with the Castros! They also made other demands such as “milk for children, pensions for the elderly and lower prices in the basket”.

Participating in the activity and the march were Yosvany Manuel Martínez Lemus and Gladys Capote Roque, delegate and vice delegate of the CID in Parraga; Homogenes Inocencio Guerrero Gómez, Arroyo Naranjo municipality delegate; Lisbán Hernández Sánchez, representative in the Central Havana; Heriberto Pons Ruíz and Caridad Ramírez Utria, Delegate and Vice delegate in Alturas de la Víbora; Flores Borroto García, vice delegate in the municipality Boyeros; René Ronco Machín and Jennifer Suarez Varela, president and vice president of the Human Rights Movement Juan Wilfredo Soto Garcia; Roberto Millares Martín; Marta Belkis Rodríguez González; Damarys Amador Alonso; Amaury Herrera Tamaret; Willier Winter Wong and Eriberto Liranza Romero, president of Youth for Democracy Movement.

Katia Sonia Martín Véliz

December 25 2011

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