The Municipal Assembly of the People’s Power of the municipality of Rafael Freire in Holguin considered that a state facility in that area had been demolished. Friday morning, when Strangers set fire to a ranchone It is located at the entrance of that city.
Images of a fire at Ranchon de Rafael Frere on the way to Holguin, some sources say this was the cause, something I cannot yet confirm. pic.twitter.com/Jss4bTIsgm
— Engineer (@El_IngenieroCu) 5 August 2022
In a note on his Facebook wall, The local government refrained from mentioning the word “sabotage”. However, images circulating on social networks from the early hours of the day showed a fire facility and a fire brigade trying to douse the blaze.
As per the official note, “An unfortunate incident happened in our municipality in the early hours of this 5th August”, However, the prompt action of the community’s residents made it possible to protect the state’s basic means and resources of the Rancho Villa unit located at the entrance of the city.”
“Today workers are already taking the first step, so that together they can reclaim the unity where many friars enjoy with family and friends,” the local government said, after cleaning up the facility destroyed by the flames. Shows pictures of people.
Without providing further details, the text ends: “Acts of violence are not solutions to problems.Such actions leave much to the will of those who perform them and the people of Freiren are people of peace, of love, they are helpful, respectful, educated, fraternal, hardworking. The people of Raphael Freire vehemently refute this fact. We are from motherland or death. We will win!”
In the publication’s forum, Arlys Romere of Holguin wrote: “Such acts make us strong, make them laugh, if they like the gesture that takes away moments of family unity from those brave people, then they Let enjoy, but let those who do know they gained nothing by doing so, soon afterwards the same beautiful, beautiful center will return to action. Yes to Cuba, yes to the Revolution”.
And Omar Tejeda joined in: “We are sure that they will not be on the road for long. Tough hands with terrorists, insects, opponents. Long Live the Revolution! Down with terrorism!”
But in the stage itself, Jose R. Arias Diaz recalled in reference to the Civic Day for Change in Cuba, organized by the independent civil society forum Archipelago last November and dismayed under repression: “Okay, but I think they asked permission for a peaceful march some time ago and they didn’t allow it. And you know what is taught in Cuban history, what has always been the solution. There are historical precedents.”
This is the first time authorities have identified sabotage against state entities in recent months. However, in the midst of a prolonged blackout that has been going on for more than two months across the country, Images of alleged fire and stone pelting against shops in MLCs or product warehouses are frequent. circulating on social media.
This week, the Central Havana Court collection was claimed to have caught fire on the network by The New Cuban Nation in Arms.While the official profile believed that a man also attacked the government headquarters of Mariano in the capital with stones.
Just like that, There are almost daily posters in public places with anti-government slogans, evidence of popular anger against the government.Which is also attested in nearly thirty documented protests in at least 13 provinces since mid-July, with hundreds of people demanding everything from the restoration of electricity service to the rights and democracy of all Cubans.