On Twitter, the top representative of the island’s diplomacy wished Freyre “success in her work as leader of this historic organization of patriots committed to Cuba and our revolutionary process.”
Alianza Martiana opposes Washington’s economic, commercial and financial blockade, and advocates the cessation of aggressions and respect for the right to sovereignty and self-determination of the Caribbean nation and Latin America.
Since the 1990s, the Alliance has organized caravans of cars calling for an end to the U.S. siege, and held demonstrations in front of local and federal congressional offices demanding the return of the child Elian Gonzalez to his father in Cuba, who was kidnapped by relatives in Miami.
She also fought for the freedom of the Cuban Five, imprisoned in that country in 1998 for alerting their nation about terrorist plots hatched by violent organizations based in South Florida.
Recently, Freyre, president of the PazAmor organization ratified to Prensa Latina the will and commitment of Cuban emigrants to the struggle for the elimination of the blockade against Cuba.