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The embassy of the United States defends the right of the Cuban people to demonstrate

The embassy of the United States defends the right of the Cuban people to demonstrate

The United States Embassy in Havana defended the right of Cuban citizens to demonstrate without repression on Twitter this Monday, and reiterated its solidarity with victims following the passage of Hurricane Ian.

“We urge the government to respect the right of the Cuban people to protest without repression or arrest and to allow unrestricted access to the Internet. We stand in solidarity with the Cubans affected by Hurricane Ian and those who express themselves in peaceful protest.” The embassy tweeted,

For four days, residents of the Cuban capital have staged a series of popular demonstrations to show their discontent after the power cut collapse of the national electric power system Last 27 September.

Popular discontent in Cuba has increased significantly. In the month of September alone, the Cuban Conflict Observatory (OCC) recorded 364 protests against the regime across the country, which represent an average of 12 daily public performances.

It is not yet possible to specify the number of arrests in recent times, although it is known that most of them have taken place in Havana. Organization Justice 11J Published Preliminary list of some 23 people detainedA figure that may increase with the passing of the days and new performances.

Far from being resolved, the conditions troubling Cuban citizens are expected to worsen. This Monday, the Electric Union of Cuba announced Production of the National Electric Energy System (SEN) of the “Antonio Guitaras” thermoelectric power plantIn Matanjas province, for which new power cuts have already been announced for those who had already recovered service.

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