The main authorities in Jovellanos, as well as the Association of Combatants of the Revolution and other political and mass organizations gathered at the headquarters of the Association of Combatants of Base 0905 of the Luisa Popular Council to deliver at the proposal of the State Council of Our Republic the 60th Anniversary Medal of… Continue Reading »
The failed attack against the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, demonstrates the level of the reactionary escalation that unleashes imperialism in the figures of the world’s progressive leaders, to the point of using methods such as murder, imprisonment and the massacre of civilians. These imperial mechanisms are not new. They have used them throughout… Continue Reading »
I can inform you with all responsibility that in 1956 we will be free or we will be martyrs (…) One of our most illustrious liberators sentenced that whoever tries to seize Cuba would pick up the dust from his soil drenched in blood (…) We are today in Cuba, Only we know where we are going and we do not depend on the last word of the Dictator. Greetings to the people of Cuba, and the firmest promise that we will return. ”
The uprising of November 30th in Santiago de Cuba marked the maturity of the 26 de Julio Movement in the Eastern zone. That feat headed by Frank País García, would support the landing of the Granma that had sailed 5 days before from Mexico.
Just a year after the passage of the caravan with the funeral procession of Fidel through the city of Matanzas, the Commander in Chief is remembered through these images that collect for history the feeling of the people for their greatest leader, the man who made the Cuban Revolution possible.
With the inauguration of the exhibition Fidel entre Nosotros, the combatants of the Cuban Revolution of Unión de Reyes remembered in the Municipal Culture House our eternal leader, on the occasion of the first anniversary of his physical disappearance.
More than eight thousand workers and two thousand retirees from the sugar sector commemorate the first anniversary of the physical disappearance of the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro Ruz, said Flor Ángel Fernández Abreu, general secretary of the Sugar Union in the province of Matanzas.
Puerto Rico, land colonized 119 years ago, invokes its children to fight for independence until the last breath. Two independentists from that sister nation, Salvador Elías Tió Fernández and Carmen Haydée Santiago, appear in Matanzas with that sentence that serves as the title of this interview.
Cuba is an autonomous, independent island, with people who have the capacity to make it produce; that was the principle defended by the revolutionary government to carry out the nationalization of the North American companies.