Sunday, January 5, 2014

'Cuba will not abandon Haiti or his government' says Cuban President Raul Castro

SANTO DOMINGO. Cuban President Raul Castro said in his speech on Wednesday January 1 in Santiago de Cuba, to mark the 55th anniversary of the Revolution, that his country will never abandon the Haitian people, who always said, will have its modest collaboration .

This statement, which drew applause from the thousands of guests to the activity occurred at a time when Castro referred to the date of Haitian independence, also a first of January, which said it had a great impact on Cuba, noting that not a few veins runs Haitian Oriental blood.

"Both nations have had to pay a high price for daring to confront the dominant empires," Raul said, while reiterating proclaimed "brother Haitian people and their government, the Cubans never abandon you, and always will have our modest contribution. "

Striking was the applause he received this part of Castro's speech, leaving the room feeling that the warning was related to a recent event, and not an event, such as the Haitian independence, that day 210 years were fulfilled.

On the Haitian event, Castro said it was the first revolution in Latin American and Caribbean region, "which was also the first and only victory of a revolutionary movement led by black slaves who fought against this shameful system while for national independence ".

Why the judgment of the TC?

From the tone of the speech and the strong reaction of the audience, not the few people who watched on television Cuban President concluded that it was a reference to the current situation created from Case 168-13, which sets nationality criteria issued by the Dominican Constitutional Court.

Even, you can see some similarity in the recent warning made Nicolás Maduro, that "mess with Haitian who messes with Venezuela," and Raul Castro that never leave the Haitian people, not their government.

DL - Google Translated

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