Tribute to Fidel Castro as CDR founder
Santiago de Cuba, Sep 28 (Prensa Latina) A wreath at the Fidel Castro monolith at Santa Ifigenia patrimonial cemetery pays tribute to him as founder, 60 years ago, of the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR).
The wreath ceremony, prevailing red roses and CDR acronym, becomes one of the most prominent symbolic acts in a day that, due to the Covid-19 restrictions, will be conducted with no crowds of people.
The traditional celebrations that are annually carried out for a new anniversary were missed in the neighborhoods on Sunday night, remembering the CDRs continue being a beacon for the revolution defense, with the participation of neighbors in the communities.
Cracking down on wrongdoing and internal or external actions trying to undermine collective work remains the main objective of each CDR, and voluntary blood donations and collection of raw materials are added to this.
During these isolation days and limitations in daily life due to the pandemic, the CDRs have confirmed their worth by providing care to the most vulnerable inhabitants and supporting primary health care with family doctor offices.
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