Miami, June 27, 2011
Sent by: Andrés Gómez
ACT RESULTS FOR FIVE IN MIAMI YESTERDAY SUNDAY 26 JUNE
(PHOTOS AND VIDEOS OF THE EVENT CAN BE FOUND ON YOU TUBE SITE unaradiodiferente DATED JUNE 26, 2011)
A very successful event turned out demanding the immediate release of the Five was held on Sunday June 26 held at a downtown Miami hotel organizations convened by the Cuban emigration in Miami comprising the Martí Alliance coalition.
The event, the most recent activity of a continuing campaign of over 10 years, demanding the release of the five maintained by the Martí Alliance was attended about a hundred people, mostly members of the Alliance member organizations .
In addition to an update of the legal case of Gerardo, Antonio and Ramon, a summary of the most important of the many activities of the global political movement in favor of the Five, an analysis of the policies pursued by the Cuban-American extreme right in both Miami Batista and Washington, as well as an update of the danger posed to freedom of travel to Cuba purposes Cuban-American lawmakers in Congress, exemplified by the approval of the Committee on Appropriations of the House of Representatives amendment to the project a federal budget law that would impose Mario Diaz Balart the same travel restrictions were imposed in 2004 to the Cuban emigration.
The speakers were, Elena Freyre, president of the Foundation for Normalization of Relations with Cuba (Fornorm), Max Lesnik, leader of the Alianza Martiana and Andres Gomez, national coordinator of the Antonio Maceo Brigade.