On Twitter, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez shared photos of a ceremony held in this capital against a destabilizing demonstration initially convened for November 20.
The ‘irrevocable nature of our socialist system is the popular and sovereign choice,’ the foreign minister tweeted.
Recently, authorities in several municipalities described the petition to stage the demonstration as an illegitimate and double-standard provocation, and barred its materialization.
In letters published on the websites of these institutions, they said that they do not recognize the legitimacy of the reasons for this initiative and reiterated that its organizers have relations with institutions and agencies funded by the United States, with the express intention of changing the Cuban political system.
Several sectors of civil society supported its prohibition and reaffirmed their support for the Revolution.
In a statement, the Workers’ Central Union of Cuba (CTC) condemned the calls to stage this illegal demonstration in Cuba, which aims to promote destabilizing acts and a regime change.