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U.S. with no morals to judge on democracy, says Díaz-Canel

U.S. with no morals to judge on democracy, says Díaz-Canel

Havana, Dec 14 (Prensa Latina) The United States has no morals to judge and decide on democracy, Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel said Tuesday.
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In his closing speech at the 20th ALBA-TCP Summit, the Cuban president lashed out at the so-called Democracy Summit, called virtually and unilaterally by the US government.

Díaz-Canel said that participants at the Democracy Summit turned a blind eye to massacres and repression of social protests in Latin America, resulting in deaths and injuries.

Neither, he remarked, was it possible to explain the 2019 coup in Bolivia, promoted by the former President Donald Trump administration and which was supported by the US Secretary of State back then.

The Cuban leader condemned the growing number of social leaders and journalists assassinated across the continent, without Washington flinching about it.

He also wondered why at the summit called by President Joe Biden there was no talk about probing right-wing politicians from various countries who deposit their wealth in tax havens.

He assured that sanctions and other punitive measures will not be able to subdue the Cuban, Venezuelan and Nicaraguan peoples, while stressing that the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-Peoples’ Trade Agreement (ALBA-TCP) will work for the dignity and possible happiness of its peoples.

In this regard, he reiterated Cuba’s solidarity commitment which puts its own vaccines and other vaccine candidates at the service of humanity, particularly of Latin American and Caribbean nations.


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