Exiliados cubanos se movilizan contra las inversiones vinculadas con el régimen en la FloridaDDC | Miami | 6 de Febrero de 2018 - 20:45 
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Miami, Florida, February 7, 2018 - Assembly of the Cuban Resistance. The Assembly of the Cuban Resistance will hold  a meeting with the Cuban community on Thursday, February 8 at 6:30 pm, at the headquarters of the Brigade 2506 Veterans Association, 1821 SW 9th Street, Miami Florida, 33135 to start organizing a civic mobilization against investments from South Florida that are channeled into the Castro regime’s pockets.

“United Cubans outside the Island have the essential means to achieve a successful transition to democracy that will bring about a productive democratic system that will truly serve the well-being of the Cuban people,” said Rafael Pizano, leader of the new generation of Cuban exiles in Cuba, Tampa. “For too long, criminals have kept in bondage the rights of the Cuban people,” Pizano added.

“One of the activities comprised in the “All for a Free Cuba Plan” is citizens’ mobilization against companies that are contributing to the slavery of the Cuban people by becoming commercial partners of the Castro regime, or subsidiaries of their businesses,” stated. Dr. Orlando Gutiérrez-Boronat, member of the Secretariat of the Assembly.

 “At the meeting we will analyze how to organize effective, disciplined and coherent protests that express the rejection of the Cuban exiled community to the commercial transactions that exploit the Cuban people,” said Horacio Garcia, member of the Secretariat of the Resistance Assembly and the Cuban Liberty Council. 

“The exiled community knows how to organize and behave in a civil way to achieve their patriotic goals. We are going to protest with dignity against profiting with the suffering of the Cuban people,” said Sylvia Iriondo, president of MAR for Cuba.

During the meeting, groups of volunteers will also be created to support political prisoners in the Castro prisons, as well as groups tasked with creating awareness and provide information in Cuba and internationally.

This meeting is one of the first steps of the “All for a Free Cuba Plan” to accelerate freedom in Cuba. The plan was announced on January 16 at a meeting attended by representatives of both, current and historical Cuban organizations. The plan also has the support of the Cuban exiled communities in New Jersey, Chicago, Tampa, Houston, California, and Santo Domingo. Representatives of Iranian and Venezuelan Resistance movements were present at the unveiling of the plan on January 16, 2018 at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables.Type your paragraph here.