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Cuban deputy rejects resolution passed in European Parliament

Cuban deputy rejects resolution passed in European Parliament

Havana, Sep 17 (Prensa Latina) The Chairwoman of the International Relations Commission of the National Assembly of the People's Power (ANPP) Yolanda Ferrer on Thursday described the resolution passed by the European Parliament (EP) as spurious.
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On Twitter, Ms. Ferrer assured that EP lacks authority to deal with Cuba´s internal affairs.

‘Cuba does not grant EP any moral authority to pronounce, judge and lie on internal affairs that only concern our country,’ she tweeted. EP called the European Union (EU) for sanctions on those allegedly responsible for ‘human rights violations’ following Jul. 11 riots.

A resolution promoted by a conservative group of the European People’s Party, far-right liberals and MEPs condemned ‘the breach of political talk and cooperation agreement’ on the part of Havana.

In response, the State Solidarity Movement with Cuba (MESC) strongly condemned this proposal, describing it as a ‘new anti-Cuban maneuver.’

‘We reject the attempts of EU´s capitalist governments to land Cuba back in the dock,’ the MESC said in a press release.

The excuse are Human Rights, repression, and this time they have added the right to Internet service, the text added.

Along the same lines, Spanish MEP Manu Pineda, representing Izquierda Unida-Unidas Podemos party, assured that ‘the Cuban government is at the service of its own people and does not obey orders from the empire.’

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