U.S. policy toward Cuba as "terrorist"
Juan Diego Nusa
ON Thursday, July 29, during the session of the
International Relations Commission of the Cuban
parliament, Ricardo Alarcón de Quesada, president of
the National Assembly of People’s Power, described
as "terrorist" the policy followed by the U.S.
administration against Cuba for countless years and
once again demanded the release of our five heroes,
unjustly incarcerated in U.S. jails.
have to fight, intensify the international campaign,
use the alternative media, new technologies and
whatever space available to demand the release of
Gerardo Hernández, René González, Ramón Labañino,
Antonio Guerrero and Fernando González, said
Alarcón, who urged the commission to redouble its
efforts in this task.
He reiterated the condemnation over the situation
of Gerardo who, despite having health problems, has
once again been sent to the punishment cell known as
the "hole," with no explanation whatsoever and just
when he was preparing his appeal process.
Gerardo’s wife, Adriana Pérez, thanked the
commission for its work and interest in the case of
the Five, referred to the complexity of the
situation of these courageous men and said that
victory would only be achieved when the Five return
to their families and their homeland.