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Cuba breaks into Spanish politics


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The main leaders of Spanish politics have wanted to speak out against the protests and arrests that are taking place in Cuba. Some have condemned the repressions, while others have called for the right to demonstrate to be respected.

Pablo Casado, leader of the Popular Party, has published on his Twitter account his support for the Cuban people, demanding from the government of Spain “a peaceful transition that ends the Castro ruin.”

Likewise, he also published another message on Monday in which, in addition to referring to Maduro and the event that occurred this Monday, Venezuela asked for the ABC correspondent release in Cuba, Camila Acosta.

Although the Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, has not published any message on its social networks, the Government has demanded that the Cuban authorities respect the right to demonstrate in the face of “serious shortages” in the country.

According to a statement released by Moncloa, Spain is following “with great interest and very closely the situation in Cuba, after the events that occurred on Monday with protests in the country, and is waiting to see how the situation evolves today. situation”. The Executive’s pronouncement came after Cuban opposition media reported protests and the arrest of ABC’s correspondent in Cuba, Camila Acosta.

In this way, he has made it clear that “Spain defends the fundamental right to manifest freely and peacefully of all citizens and asks the Cuban authorities to respect him.

Likewise, the new Foreign Minister, Jose Manuel Albares, has published a tweet stating that Spain defends the right to demonstrate freely and has asked the Cuban authorities to respect it.

Irene Montero, Minister of Equality, has ‘retweeted’ a publication of Idoia VillanuevaNavarre MEP for United We Can, in which she says she follows “the current situation in Cuba with concern,” stating that “manipulation of the situation is unacceptable.”

For her part, the leader of Ciudadanos, Ines Arrimadas, He also wanted to share his opinion on the facts through the social network. “Our firm condemnation of this arrest – that of Camila Acosta – and of all the attacks by the Castro regime on the free press.”

Likewise, he also shared that while US President Joe Biden “comes out in defense of the Cuban Democrats, Pedro Sánchez continues keeping a shameful silence“, Asking the Spanish president to” lead the support for the Cuban people in the face of communist tyranny. “

Finally, Santiago Abascal, President of Vox, shared on Twitter this Monday a publication of his party’s account calling for “a free Cuba.”

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